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IT specialist VooServers sets up head office at Vinters Park, Maidstone

By Chris Britcher

An IT infrastructure specialist has set up it head office in the county.

VooServers, which has recently expanded throughout the UK, Europe and the US, has set up a new office in Vinters Park, Maidstone.

It will become the head office of the firm, doubling its previous floor space.

VooServers has set up a head office in Maidstone (5289832)
VooServers has set up a head office in Maidstone (5289832)

Established in 2005, the firm works with clients to plan, implement and support their IT infrastructure internationally.

Services include almost all aspects of cloud and managed IT, plus complete data centre solutions.

It has additional data centres in New York and Frankfurt.

VooServers has set up in Vinters Park, Maidstone (5289834)
VooServers has set up in Vinters Park, Maidstone (5289834)

Matt Parkinson, VooServers founder and technical director, said: “It’s been a really exciting time to move into a new, larger head office space. We’ve had great year-on-year growth and next year is set to look even bigger so, through moving, we’ve ensured capacity for the next three to five years.

“All of our growth to date has been organic and, with the growth of outsourced IT and investment in cloud technologies, we’re seeing a huge boom in activity. We’ve had a big push over the past 18 months towards a much more analytical approach, and utilising the data that we generate everyday to make more informed business decisions.

“The expansion for us is also about creating a stylish, airy, productive environment in which to work – which is better equipped for where the business is heading in the future. We believe that the new office represents the business better as a tech company."

The company is looking to have more permanent staff based on the east coast of the US to serve both its American presence and provide additional support cover to European clients for evenings and weekends.

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