Growing Midlands-based IT support provider, Infuse Technology are celebrating a period of continued growth, welcoming a string of new clients, including orthopaedic design and development firm JointMedica, designers and manufacturers of innovative high classification devices for the Orthopaedic industry, alongside hosted Sage clients including Driving Test Success Limited, AMOB Machinery, and St. Benets Hall, part of the University of Oxford.
To facilitate this continued expansion and enhance their specialist service offering, Infuse have also welcomed several new starters, the latest of who are Service Coordinator Lisa Morecroft and Technical Support Engineer, Cindy-Lou Jones.
In light of the new client wins, Managing Director of Infuse Technology, Paul Howard commented: “We’re delighted to be working alongside dynamic and forward-thinking companies such as JointMedica as our portfolio of clients continues to expand across new sectors and industries.”
“As an IT support provider, we help our clients streamline and supercharge their tech infrastructure, helping them to enhance their operational capabilities, which in turn helps them advance and disseminate new concepts to further innovate within their own specialist fields.”
Paul continued: “The last year proved how crucial IT infrastructure has been for many businesses, not only for their survival during the pandemic, but for future-proofing their operations and processes going forward.”
“We continue to support our expanding portfolio of clients by enhancing our own workforce and implementing technological solutions that help our clients accelerate their success in a digital era.”
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