Business telecoms provider The One Point has issued an open invitation for its customers to visit its new purpose-built headquarters and product showcase.
Together with its partner company, data management specialist IT@Spectrum, The One Point has moved into new, £2.75m headquarters at the Bridgehead business park in East Yorkshire.
The new offices, branded The View, have been purpose-designed to enable formal and informal meetings with customers and prospective customers, enabling them to see the latest technology being used to deliver efficiency and productivity.
The sister businesses share a state-of-the-art working environment where their key teams work together seamlessly to offer a compelling package of IT managed services to a combined client base of more than 1,200 organisations.
Business telecoms provider The One Point offers robust and innovative IT, business telecoms, software and digital services in one easy-to-manage, hassle-free solution. The One Point was named the 02 Direct Partner of the Year award at the 02 Partner Awards 2016 and is recognised in the top 5% of Microsoft Partners in the UK.
IT@Spectrum has more than 30 years’ experience providing innovative solutions to enable businesses to print more efficiently, manage their data and information electronically and automate processes. IT@Spectrum’s client base includes blue chip businesses such as Smith & Nephew, Associated British Ports and Cranwsick Plc.
The two companies have moved from separate offices in Hull, bringing a total of 75 staff to the Bridgehead site.
Martin Lauer, Managing Director of The One Point, said ‘The new offices have opened up so many new opportunities, including for customers to come in and use our facilities.'
‘We’re throwing open our doors to customers and prospective customers. We’re saying ‘if you want to talk to any of our staff, you can do that. If you want to just chew the fat about what’s next in technology, you can do that too’.
Ken Sturdy, Managing Director of IT@Spectrum, added: 'Clients aren’t looking for product suppliers; they want managed services. By combining the scope of the offering from IT@Spectrum and The One Point, we have a very broad IT managed services portfolio which ticks so many boxes in terms of client needs. For us and for our customers, it really makes sense.'