Bed manufacturer Harrison Spinks is supporting its growth with investment in its business communications.
The fifth-generation family business employs more than 600 people at its manufacturing facility in Leeds where it hand crafts luxury mattresses and beds.
It recently opened a £2.5m innovation centre to transform its headquarters and working environment for staff and earlier this year won two Queen’s Awards for Enterprise for innovation and international trade.
Business communications specialist NGC Networks has implemented an Avaya IP based business telephony solution at Harrison Spinks’ site on Westland Road, replacing two old telephone systems.
The new solution provides resilience and business continuity and enables employees to use cordless telephony as they move around the factory, warehouse, offices and communal spaces.
Chris Dawson, IT manager at Harrison Spinks, said: “Our ageing telephone system has been brought up to date with a modern, flexible solution which can be expanded easily. The solution is also cost effective for our expanding business needs. NGC Networks has provided us with great service, delivery and support.”
NGC Networks director Dean Harrop said: “Harrison Spinks required a modern business telephony solution with greater functionality to support the company’s day to day operations. The technology deployed also benefits from scalability, enabling Harrison Spinks to add more users as the business grows.”
NGC Networks specialises in implementing telecommunications and internet connectivity solutions for businesses across the North of England.
The company’s expanding portfolio of clients includes Bradford-based mail order business Freeman Grattan Holdings, The Family Fund, Timpson, Superbreak Holidays, Manning Stainton Estate Agents, Puma UK, Lowell Group, The Car People and Sharp Business Systems.
NGC Networks is listed in the 2018 Northern Tech 100 companies.