UK infrastructure company VooServers, which has recently expanded its distribution footprint throughout the UK, Europe and the US, has rounded off another successful year with the launch of its new head office.
2018 has seen the company launch enterprise brand, Vinters and continue to roll out the expansion of data centres into international markets, including Frankfurt, Seattle and New York.
The new office, located in Vinters Park, Maidstone, Kent reflects the company’s ambitious plans for growth. The new headquarters doubles the office’s capacity in terms of floor space, providing space for a growing team.
VooServers, who had the opportunity to get involved with the design of the office from the early build stage, also benefit from having a number of clients and suppliers located onsite at Vinters Park.
Matt Parkinson, VooServers founder and Technical Director, said: “It’s been a really exciting time to move into a new, larger head office space. We’ve had great year-on-year growth and next year is set to look even bigger so, through moving, we’ve ensured capacity for the next 3-5 years.
“All of our growth to date has been organic and, with the growth of outsourced I.T. and investment in cloud technologies, we’re seeing a huge boom in activity. We’ve had a big push over the past 18 months towards a much more analytical approach, and utilising the data that we generate every day to make more informed business decisions.
“This was the primary reason for investing in a new TV wall which consists of 6 x 42” TVs to display real-time data of our services and how we’re performing. We’re now enabling our employees, through the use of new business intelligence products and artificial intelligence, to create reports and performance indicators that are relevant to their own position within the company and aid them in delivering our services.
“The expansion for us is also about creating a stylish, airy, productive environment in which to work – which is better equipped for where the business is heading in the future. We believe that the new office represents the business better as a tech company, especially with it’s technical fittings and floor to ceiling glass windows.”