Rainbow Communications is celebrating 20-years of supplying telecoms into Northern Ireland.
Founded in 1998 by Eric Carson and Martin Hamill as TSI Ireland, the company rebranded three years later as Rainbow Telecom to reflect the broad spectrum of products and services offered.
Eric Carson, founder and Chair, says; “In 1998 we started with five people in a small office. Today we operate from a 20,000 sq ft office complex, employ over 100 people and have an annual turnover in excess of £13m.
“We’re very proud of our growth over the years, and we’re very proud of the fact that we’ve financed that growth and development ourselves.”
Following an announcement last year of a £1 million investment across customer service and engineering teams, Rainbow continues to expand and develop its product and service offering to its loyal customer base throughout Ireland and the UK.
“We are continually spearheading the latest technological advancements and incorporating them into our clients’ systems. These include IP Voice, unified communications, multi-platform mobile applications and cloud-based software. We are dedicated to ensuring businesses of all sizes have the best choice of product to stay connected, safely and securely.”
Rainbow specialises in the delivery, implementation, maintenance and service provision of mobiles, broadband systems, cloud telephony, IT and network security services, vehicle tracking and more.
In September 2015, Eric Carson marked 50 years in business, during which time he had worked his way through Telephone Rentals where he was appointed their Head of the Orange network in Northern Ireland. This invaluable experience has kept Eric at the forefront of the local telecoms industry and Rainbow at the vanguard of service provision and customer care.
Eric continues; “In such a competitive environment, we have always focussed on offering our customers the best possible value with a consistently high level of customer service and I believe this strategy has been the key reason for our continued success. Being and staying local enhances our ability to keep our high service standards and that’s something we are extremely proud of.”
Eric adds; “The next 20 years will be very exciting for the communications industry and we look forward to maintaining our position as the vanguard and building our brand so that it is even more recognisable.”
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