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Dynamic Networks Group on the move

Leeds headquartered IT, networks, cyber security and automation business Dynamic Networks Group has relocated to new, larger premises in the city to accommodate planned growth. The 30-strong team has moved to Junxion House on Station Approach in Headingley after outgrowing its previous premises at Airedale House. Dynamic will be taking control of

Yorkshire IT solutions and services company records largest revenue increase

Leeds-headquartered pure technology group (PTG) has recorded its largest annual revenue growth in the group’s history. The 23 per cent organic uplift comes as the firm’s second year of its ambitious three-year growth plan – outlined in 2016 – reaches a close, meaning that PTG ends the 2017-18 financial year on

RSM strengthens technology and management consulting capability with key hire

Audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has appointed Mike McDonald as an associate director in Leeds to strengthen its regional and national Technology & Management Consulting (TMC) service line. Mike is a leading programme manager with over 18 years project and operational experience helping businesses to implement complex IT projects to

DCS wins another award at partner conference

Boston Spa-based Deans Computer Services (DCS) is celebrating another industry award after winning Best Renewal Rates at the 2018 ESET Partner Conference. Held at the Alton Towers Theme Park Hotel, the fifth edition of the annual event recognised the best performers amongst ESET’s nationwide network of partners and associates. ESET is a global

Freeman Clarke expands Yorkshire team

Freeman Clarke, the largest and most experienced team of part-time (“fractional”) IT leaders, has expanded its Yorkshire team. Victor Kemeny, regional director, said: “It’s great to be recruiting and to be working with more companies. Our clients are a huge range of ambitious, mid-sized organisations across the region, including legal firms,

Acquisition drives growth for a telecommunications company.

An independent telecommunications company is ringing the changes after being acquired just six years after launch. It is now looking forward to its most successful year in business to date. Saltaire-based Selective Networks is now part of the iFace Group, established just last year, which has posted first-year revenue projections of

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