Touchbase UC Limited is pleased to announce a number of significant changes to support its plans for continued growth; these include changing its name to Natilik, a major rebrand, and international expansion with new offices opening in both New York and Sydney.
It is now five years since Touchbase UC performed a highly successful venture capital backed management buyout of the UK business. This has seen the company grow at an impressive 35% year-on-year and establish themselves as one of Cisco’s key gold partners across collaboration, networking, security and data centre technologies.
“As we planned for the next five years of growth, it was key that we took the final step to establish our own brand that is a true representation of how we operate and the role we play with our clients.” said Mike Danson, Chief Executive Officer, Natilik.
The Natilik name is inspired from the group of people who helped Roald Amundsen achieve something truly amazing in conquering the South Pole – his confident guide. It captures the ethos and purpose of Natilik, acting as the confident guide for their clients in the world of IT and communications.
In addition to the new name and brand, Natilik has opened new offices in New York and Sydney. These offices further expands Natilik’s reach and services capabilities across the Americas and Asia Pacific. Combined with the UK office, it creates a single Network Operations Centre that operates across three regions on a follow-the-sun basis 24×7.
“We already support our clients in over 50 countries worldwide” commented Mike Danson, “Traditionally international organisations have had to go to the major global integrators or find local partners in each territory. We uniquely fill this gap in the market. We are specialists and agile, but have the experience and ability to serve our clients globally.”
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