Node4 has just opened a new London office at the heart of the City as part of the company’s fast growth strategy for 2016. The new office, located at New Broad Street, is less than five minutes away from Liverpool Street Station and a short walk from famous landmarks such as St. Paul’s Cathedral and the Gherkin, where Node4 regularly hosts its partner and vendor events.
The new office will enhance direct communication and support for customers in the City and also provide a focal point for Node4’s customers and channel partners in the South East. The office, with its quirky, modern design, houses state-of-the art demonstration facilities to showcase Node4’s flexible and cost effective cloud, colocation, connectivity and communications services.
As well as strengthening Node4’s regional presence and vertical sector capability, the new office serves to consolidate its assets following the Premier IT Networks acquisition earlier this year. It will also provide a hub for Node4 staff, who will use the company’s own cloud and communications solutions to hot desk as well as collaborate with other branches and customers remotely using a high-end video conferencing system.
Paul Bryce, Business Development Director at Node4, commented “The opening of a London office reinforces Node4’s commitment to the South East and delivers on our strategy to build a truly national presence. We are now ideally placed to offer localised customer support and technical expertise across the region and serve customers and partners in the best possible way.”
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