Exeter-based Bluegrass Computer Services has expanded and moved offices following a huge increase in business.
The company who offers 24/7 computer support 365 days per year has won substantial business with the Rigby Group, an international parent company for a £1.8 billion portfolio of highly successful businesses operating across Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, including SCC, Europe’s biggest independent technology solutions provider.
As a result, Bluegrass has taken on 2 new engineers plus 2 staff and moved offices to Courtenay House at Pynes Hill. From their new headquarters, the company is also offering 24/7 support to two other Rigby Group businesses, Coventry Airport and Capital Air Charter based in Exeter.
In a separate deal, the Eden Hotel Collection has also signed up with Bluegrass for similar services. The company boasts eight quality hotels in Somerset, Gloucestershire, Warwickshire, Worcester and Devon including Bovey Castle.
‘This has been a major coup for Bluegrass,’ said Managing Director David Thomas. ‘We have been moving towards expanding our 24/7 computer support for some time now, particularly in the international sphere where this kind of service is essential.
‘We currently look after twelve businesses on this basis plus many more with extended hours including weekends. It is a business need that we have expertise in and are happy to fulfil.’