Awarded the Queen’s Award for Excellence for Innovation last summer, SecurEnvoy has gone on to win business globally, with companies looking for a best of breed IT security company recognised for delivering an innovative, unique solution that genuinely solves a problem practically.
Steve Watts, Co-founder of SecurEnvoy said “We are delighted to have moved to Merlin House in Theale which is managed by Asmec Centres Ltd, their flexible office space works perfectly for our organisation. It is an impressive technically advanced building that is perfect for entertaining
corporate clients both from the UK and overseas. The other advantage of Merlin House is that whilst we are growing at such a fast pace we know that we can expand into larger offices at any time rather than have to move out and find other premises.”
With a partner workforce of over 1000 people, selling its solutions globally through their successful partner programmes, SecurEnvoy anticipates it will continue to grow its customer base by a further 50% during this forthcoming year.
The Duke of Kent officially opened the SecurEnvoy office at Merlin House, Brunel Road, Theale, Reading, RG7 4AB at 2.50pm on Thursday 8th March 2012.