Monday, June 24, 2024

IT consultancy plans for expansion

Family-run IT consultancy 3RS IT Solutions is planning for expansion following its first anniversary.

Wellingborough-based 3RS, which was launched by husband-and-wife team, Steve and Leila Souch in 2023, is looking to extend the company further into the East Midlands with the opening of a second branch office at Business Box in Leicester, following the opening of offices in Wellingborough and Nottingham.

Director, Steve Souch said: “North Northamptonshire will always be home to 3RS IT Solutions but the opening of our branches in Nottingham and Leicester really positions us as one of the most ambitious and dynamic IT consultancies in the region.

“We’ve seen considerable growth over the past year, with new clients coming on board and we believe that now is the right time to accelerate our growth and extend our reach and influence into other parts of the East Midlands.

“The opening of the new office is central to that plan, allowing us to create new jobs in Leicester, which is perfectly located in the heart of England and where demand for our services is high.

“The success of 3RS IT Solutions is down in no small part to the hard work and dedication of the whole team. Our strong family values, together with the team’s considerable expertise, are a winning combination and we can’t wait to see where the opening of our new office takes us.”

Marketing director, Leila Souch said: “To be able to take this next step in our business – which was set up with our sons Reuben, Riley and Rory – the 3RS – at its heart is very special.

“At 3RS, family really does mean everything. We’re so much more than just a business – we want to provide livelihoods for our team and their families, create a culture we can all be proud of and first-class service for our clients.

“We can’t wait to share our products and services with our new clients in Leicester very soon.”

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