Synextra’s Rapid Growth Continues with Upscale to New Offices
Provider of managed cloud IT services Synextra has now completed the move into its new, 1500sqft premises located in Warrington. Boosted by an impressive first financial year, Synextra looks to bring its innovative cloud-based virtual desktop and hosting to even more companies across the UK. The now Warrington-based company is filling the void in the IT services market, brought about by archaic infrastructures and outdated IT support models.
With expectations of £1.2million turnover within the next two years, the business has plans for strong growth.
Moreover, Synextra is in a strong position to exceed these expectations by supplying the exploding demand for business-focused cloud solutions. Intel’s latest study predicts 80% of business IT budgets to be dedicated to the cloud and 81% of businesses to invest in cloud solutions (IaaS, SaaS & PaaS) within 16 months.
Managing Director Michael Pyne sees this as “…evidence of significant progress and more importantly, intended for serious growth. With an ever-expanding team of system engineers, account managers and a newly founded marketing department, this move gives us the space we need to exceed expectations.”
With some incredibly exciting products on the horizon, Technical Director Chris Piggott has plans for significant expansion: “With a fantastic first year under our belts and an even more impressive second year ahead of us, we expect to expand our operations to cover the North West of England in its entirety.”
Backed by Altrincham-based NHMC Investments & Credit, Synextra leaves their 485sqft office in Trafford Park for the Old Rectory – a stately building tucked away in the town of Winwick, just off the M62. Now located in the heart of the North West, Synextra is now better situated to reach the thriving businesses of Liverpool, Preston, Wigan, Warrington and more, not just Manchester.
Chris co-founded Synextra in November 2014 after spending 6 years in the IT infrastructure industry. He quickly identified the problems plaguing IT managers and business owners alike. Problems such as outdated, inefficient and troublesome IT setups – or a lack of flexibility and an inability to work collaboratively. He experienced first-hand the traditional IT support model, where IT support companies act as the middlemen between rented server space and telephony lines. In these situations, they have little or no control over the service that is provided, which leaves companies powerless when something stops working.
Synextra was founded to capitalise on the need for modern IT, where companies can get a bespoke cloud solution with everything they need, all-in-one-place. From cloud-based virtual desktops and managed cloud hosting to superfast internet and VOIP connections.
As Synextra’s Rapid Growth Continues, everything is supported, managed and maintained by a team of expert engineers that proactively monitor everything 24/7/365, to stop problems before they arise.