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Reliance High-Tech Relocates to Bracknell

29.07.2019, 15:18

Reliance High-Tech Relocates to Bracknell

Independent security technology integrator and lone worker protection services provider Reliance High-Tech has relocated its headquarters from Winnersh in Berkshire to a new, state-of-the-art, facility in Station Road, Bracknell.


The new offices offer more flexibility, a great new working environment for the company’s valued employees and convenient transport links by both road and rail for customers and partners. To showcase the company’s growing range of services the facility boasts a purpose-built boardroom and customer innovation area, which invites visitors from a diverse array of vertical sectors to learn how Reliance High-Tech can help them achieve their security objectives in comfortable surroundings.


Reliance High-Tech works with the very best technology partners in order to assist customers on their journeys from disparate, siloed security systems to fully integrated IT based solutions and, with the new innovation area, visitors now have the opportunity to see these first hand. The company also runs its management, finance and sales functions from the new site, where its newly appointed sales director, Tom Clarke, will also be based.


Commenting, Alistair Enser, the company’s chief executive officer (CEO), said:


“The move to this new head office indicates our intention to rapidly expand the company’s success across key target areas with an absolute focus on supporting the changing needs of our customers.


“As a specialist niche integrator with a strong interest in key technologies and helping customers navigate and gain incremental value through the fast changing and converging landscape of security, we operate at the cutting edge of service provision. Having a headquarters that allows us to further develop our strategic offering is vital as we move forward.”


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