Converge Technology Specialists announces £3m in new contracts

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23 June 2016


PrintConverge Technology Specialists (Converge TS) has continued its success and announced £3m of new contracts.

New clients include LMS, the UK’s leading provider of conveyancing panel management services, and Speed Medical, the UK’s largest independent provider of medical reports.

LMS and Speed Medical have both chosen Converge TS to deliver a fully managed Infrastructure as a Service offering.

Converge TS is on track to achieve a 50% revenue increase this year, on the back of 50% growth in 2015. Managing Director, Nigel Wright said “Firms are embracing the cloud and realising the benefits, to maximise productivity and to deliver excellent customer service.

It’s essential for firms to have agile, compliant and highly available systems to support their growth. Cloud delivers all this whilst offering a lower cost of ownership. We’re delighted to be cementing our position as the go-to provider for the sector.

“To maximise our growth potential we’re planning to open a City of London office later this year and, to support our continued success, we will be augmenting our technical team with 10 staff at our Daresbury head office.”

Converge Technology Specialists are hosting The Trailblazers conference on 29th June. The event brings together innovative leaders whose disruptive approach has helped them rise to the top of the legal sector, and will provide firms with the inspiration and guidance they need to develop a fresh approach to delivering legal services.

 



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