Hunts IT award-winner moves after 16 years
EACS Limited, an award-winning provider of IT solutions and managed services to businesses throughout the UK, has just moved into a new head office on Hinchingbrooke Business Park in Huntingdon.
The move from the current facilities in Kimbolton will double the useable office space for the company’s expanding workforce, as well as enabling EACS to host more in-house events, seminars and training. An updated technology suite will be available for clients to visit and test out the latest solutions.
EACS was founded in 1994 by businessman, Mike Dearlove, a regular judge of The Hunts Post Huntingdonshire Business Awards, and a former Business Person of the Year, in 2005.
The company supplies IT services to a wide range of organisations of all sizes, from five to more than 10,000 users, to help them achieve their business goals. Clients include Norwich & Peterborough Building Society, Essex Police, Travis Perkins plc and London Overground Rail Operations Ltd.
Mr Dearlove, who is managing director, said: “We are all looking forward to working from our new head office. Although we have not moved far, this change will benefit our employees by providing them with an improved working environment, as well as allowing us to offer enhanced services to our customers.”
INFORMATION: EACS is now at Unit 7 Ramsay Court, Hinchingbrooke Business Park, Huntingdon PE29 6FY: telephone 0800 8047 256; fax: 0845 3379 147.
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