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New client win for managed IT services provider, Blue Logic

Managed IT services provider, Blue Logic, has signed another major contract with West & North Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce and the Business Enterprise Fund to manage their IT infrastructure and deliver a range of IT support services over the next three years.

The initial phase of the engagement will see the multi award-winning Blue Logic provide its fully managed service, backed with proactive engagement and strategic guidance. As part of the service, Blue Logic will also provide a comprehensive fault monitoring and reporting alongside supporting the infrastructure and users.

The new win further secures Blue Logic’s place as a leading player in the regional technology landscape following a successful year of growth, enhancing their standing as one of the best technology business in Yorkshire.

Mark Ambler, group managing director of Blue Logic, said: “This partnership with the Chamber will enhance our reputation in the region and gives us the opportunity to actively engage with leading business groups.’’

Ruth Shann, head of operations at the Chamber, said “The development and investment in our IT infrastructure will help the Chamber continue its impressive progression and continue to work alongside its many partners.

‘‘We are delighted to be working with Blue Logic and are confident their approach to innovation will help take us to a new level.”

Having recently won the ‘Best Tech Place to Work’ award at the 2017 National Technology Awards and Yorkshire ‘Newcomer SME Employer of the Year’ at the National Apprenticeships Awards 2017, Blue Logic are continuing to stand out in the Managed IT services space.

Mark Ambler added: “We offer a high standard of IT support and IT solutions to companies across the country and securing quality contracts helps ensure we are well placed to continue this positive trend.”


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