Published on 2 September, 2011
|The new 6000sqf headquarters feature better communications and transport infrastructure|
has announced the opening of their new 6000sqf headquarters in Winnersh, Reading. The move from the existing offices in Chessington supports both the recent and anticipated growth of the organisation while also providing a stronger head office facility. The new location is closer to key technology partners and also offers improved communications and transport infrastructure.
The iconic building, previously commissioned and occupied by Microsoft, sits in a respected business estate that incorporates a diversity of services and facilities for staff and visitors. Reliance High-Tech, previously located at Barwell Business Park in Chessington, has now centralised customer services and the command and control of field based staff to their West Yorkshire based Monitoring and Communications Centre. The BS5797 Cat II accredited centre also provides a diversity of 24/7 intelligent intervention, communications and command and control services.
The relocation also provides the opportunity to strengthen logistics and stock operations through leveraging the multi-hub network of key partners facilitating rapid ordering and delivery of parts and equipment to field engineers.
Terry Sallas, Reliance High-Tech, Managing Director, said, "The move to Winnersh is exciting and marks a new era for Reliance High-Tech. Our new facility accommodates and future proofs for growth, better reflects the technology services business that we are today and importantly, provides a modern workspace. Reliance High-Tech has been at the forefront of converging new technologies within its solutions and has transformed the nature of what it provides, this move is another step to working closer with the world's leading technology businesses."
Sallas, continues, "We look forward to inviting customers and technology and media partners to view our new facility and to share our vision for Reliance High-Tech and the security solutions market."