Faringdon based IT firm Computing Information Systems (CIS), which works across the South West, is celebrating substantial growth.
The firm which provides disaster recovery services, cloud solutions, data management, IT consulting and IT resource monitoring has grown in size to a 21 strong team.
The firm started out in 1989 providing traditional IT support services and has built itself on strong client relationships that have generated steady referrals over the years. CIS has just celebrated supporting one particular client for 20 years. Locally CIS‘s clients include Motaquip and B4 Magazine and they also have a number of clients with a global footprint including St Paul’s Cathedral and Force India F1.
In the last two years CIS has diversified to offer a bespoke cloud computing offering and hosts a private cloud in a data centre situated inside an ultra-secure nuclear bunker near Newbury, ensuring businesses are resilient at all times.
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Talking about the firm’s recent growth, Chief Information Officer at CIS Neill Lawson-Smith said: “Growing the business has always been our main goal since CIS started over 25 years ago. We’ve come a long way from where we started, with a management team which drives more business, delights more clients and increases our brand exposure.”
Richard Marsh CEO of CIS added: “To say CIS is growing is an understatement. We are working with increasing numbers of local, national and international businesses who need IT and cloud services delivered in a cost efficient and business-focused manner.”
CIS is currently in year two of their planned expansion programme and is on target to grow to a team of 30 staff by April 2016.
To find out more about CIS visit: www.cisltd.com or call 01367 700555