Evolvement Networks has opened a new office at Technium Swansea, because of increasing demand for its services, and announced plans to create 8 new jobs in the city over the next 2 years.
The company specialises in Managed IT Services and Support, including network installation and IT security, helping clients achieve improved IT performance and efficiency, and reduced costs.
“We are seeing increased levels of business across South Wales, from clients focused on making quality improvements and efficiency savings. With the bay fast becoming a centre for science, innovation and technology, Swansea is the right place to be,” said James Lewis, Director of Evolvement Networks.
“Our Swansea office means we’ll continue to provide the very best support, including face-to-face assistance, across South Wales. We look forward to working with new clients across the region, supporting business performance and economic growth,” he added.
Evolvement Networks’ Managed IT Services have been in particular demand this year, driving the company’s expansion to Swansea. Phoenix Training Solutions, based at Baglan Energy Park, Port Talbot, is one of the local companies utilising this service – expert technicians remotely monitor and manage their IT systems all day, every day, identifying and fixing problems before they cause any disruption.
“The team from Evolvement employs the latest insights, innovations and technologies, providing us with a real boost in terms of a more reliable IT infrastructure, efficiency improvements and cost savings,” said Penny Jones from Phoenix Training Solutions.
Evolvement Networks provides its services throughout South Wales and the UK. Unlike many other IT support businesses, the company offers extensive face-to-face support to clients.
“Something companies really appreciate about our service is that we have plenty of people on the ground to talk through issues and solutions in person, helping our clients get to grips with the digital world’s ever increasing opportunities and demands. We’re not just voices on the phone, or virtual assistants operating through a website,” said IT Support Technician, Alan Teague.