Although 2020 has been a trying time for many individuals and business, Datacentreplus has manoeuvred through the first lockdown period successfully and helped clients, in particular some of the more vulnerable ones, deal with the impact and pressures of Covid-19 by keeping their services running smoothly and efficiently with added support for those who need it.
The company has also created a number of job opportunities in the lockdown period which will see their numbers go up by 50% and are pleased to announce that the number of new hires continue to grow as the business looks to consistently hire talent organically, as well as through government schemes designed to help young people gain skills and long-term employment.
To help power the growth of the company, it also expects to create additional highly skilled permanent positions which will cover a variety of roles including technical and sales.
As the business enters the second lockdown of the year, Datacentreplus continues to evolve with the promotion of Stephen Hobson, who has been appointed Director of Business, taking the company from strength to strength.
Stephen has also played an active role in supporting other businesses and most recently set up initiatives to support businesses that have been impacted by Covid-19.
Stephen Hobson, Director of Business at Datacentreplus says:
“It has been a challenging year for everyone in the UK but we are pleased to have helped play a strong role in supporting existing clients, whilst still onboarding new businesses who appreciate our personal service.
“Our aim has been to help our clients in any way we can, by offering advice, support and short-term flexible hosting solutions, allowing businesses to function and maintain an online presence when they've needed it the most”.