Communications management vendor Tollring has moved from serviced offices in Alperton to their own, recently-redeveloped premises in Hillingdon. Moorcroft is a completely renovated 18th century manor house set in four acres of grounds, yet just a few miles for Heathrow Airport and Stockley Park. Tollring MD Tony Martino explains the reasons behind the need to relocate and some of the more unexpected results of the move!
“We have expanded significantly in the last eighteen months thanks to our OEM partnership with Samsung, which has in turn enabled us to branch into Europe. In addition, our recent relationship with Stratatel on the MOBILEfleet side of the business has also led to an increase in sales activity. Mike Fairclough, Stratatel MD, flew over from Australia for the launch and attended a number of partner meetings with us during his time in the UK – and we have been pleased to experience a significant amount of interest in the product from both existing and new partners since launch at the beginning of September.
Our new offices are extremely well-located and will provide an excellent base from which we can further develop the business. Sales, technical support and admin staff are now based here – and we are also able to offer in-house training facilities for partners for the first time. However, we should warn anyone visiting the premises that Moorcroft was a psychiatric institution for many years in the late 1800s. As a result we appear to have a resident ghost, which has been seen as a shadowy figure going up the stairs!”