Trading for 25 years and with more than 300 clients, including NHS trusts and local authorities across the UK, Genisys Technology Solutions has relocated to the second floor of Enterprise House, having spent 15 years at its previous base in Bede House.
Developing intelligent software designed to manage paper and electronic documents and data more efficiently, the company has said the move will enable it to grow its service offering and take on new staff.
The 1980’s office building, located on the Team Valley trading estate, has recently undergone a one-million-pound refurbishment and is now transformed into modern office spaces and retail units.
Gary Sawyer, managing director at Genisys Technology Solutions said: “After buying out from our owner company at the end of last year, we were looking for a new office space that would accommodate our ambitious growth plans over the next three years.
“We needed a space that would allow us to have the latest technology, including hi-tech scanners and computers on site, as well as spare desk space for the addition of future team members.
“Enterprise House is one of Team Valley’s newest office buildings and UK Land Estates has created a fantastic working environment with an abundance of local amenities and great trading links right on our doorstep. We are delighted to be the building’s first tenants and look forward to seeing the building develop into a thriving business hub.”
Digital Allies and Nine Oaks Financial Management, will soon be joining Genisys Technology Solutions in occupying space in the building.
Tim Witty, development director at UK Land Estates, said: “Genisys Technology Solutions is a brilliant addition to our new business development. The office space gives Gary and the team the ability to grow the business and provides a much-improved working environment from their previous offices.
“We are passionate about helping local businesses find accessible, well maintained and well serviced sites, which is why we have invested heavily into our property portfolio in the North East and will continue to do so well into the future.”