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27.11.2019, 11:02

Go:Tech 2019 Award for IT and Telecoms Support

Technology, Service Provider News, United Kingdom

Swindon-based Excalibur Communications is the recipient of this year's Go:Tech Award for IT/Telecoms Support.

 

The award, which is open to businesses that provide telecoms or IT to organisations and is conferred on businesses that excel at client and customer service, was presented at a ceremony on Thursday 21st November at The Bristol Harbour Hotel.

 

Speaking at the ceremony, Graham Ford, Excalibur's Operations Director, said:

"We are incredibly pleased to have won the Go:Tech Award for IT and Telecoms Support. Excalibur has a fantastic team who regularly go the extra mile for their clients, whether they need an urgent mobile replacement or running a network upgrade project. The dynamic combination of our team and service process investment, makes sure we consistently deliver industry beating levels of support. Our customers recognise and appreciate this, but it’s great to receive a national business Award that celebrates this achievement."

  

The Go:Tech Awards were launched in 2018 by Business Leader Magazine to provide a platform for small, medium and large technology businesses to celebrate their success and pioneering work. The Awards cover twelve categories ranging from Best Use of Big Data and CleanTech to Best IT/Telecoms Support and Best Tech Start Up. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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