MP officially opens Saffron Walden firm's new centre

PUBLISHED: 08:00 15 August 2015

Sir Alan at the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new facility at Saffron Business Centre are the company’s founders Richard Swain and Stephen Woodard.

Sir Alan at the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new facility at Saffron Business Centre are the company's founders Richard Swain and Stephen Woodard.

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Sir Alan Haselhurst, the Conservative MP for Saffron Walden, cut the ribbon at the opening ceremony for a new data centre for IT experts, Force36 in Saffron Walden.

The data centre and recovery site is one of the company’s bases across the UK offering a service to businesses to improve the reliability of their IT systems.

Sir Alan said: “I am very impressed by the scope and dynamism of Force36. The company is another fine example of the skills and inventiveness we have in the local community.”

Force36 Limited offers internet connectivity, network infrastructure and telephony services. It specialises in helping businesses of all sizes take full advantage of technology to improve reliability, efficiency and cost reduction.

Richard Swain, commercial director at Force36, said: “It’s great to be able to offer these forward thinking and modern facilities to businesses both in the immediate area and further afield. Businesses are starting to take their IT systems more seriously these days as they are so critical to the success of any company.”

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