Kcom Group is to offer managed communication services to mid-sized companies following a restructuring exercise.
The communication services company has merged its Affiniti managed communications business and parts of Kingston Communications, which provides telecoms services in Hull and East Yorkshire.
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Paul Rencci, managing director of new business unit Kcom, said the company planned to offer services to mid-sized companies that were less well served by larger telecos such as BT and C&W.
"I believe there is a space here at the top end of the mid market, bottom end of the enterprise market. These are big companies, but they are often badly served by the big players," he said.
Kcom plans to offer a range of communication services, including managing companies Wans, Lans, communications security, and the performance of remote applications.
The move follows a partnership between the Kcom Group and BT in June, which provided Kcom with the ability to link its networks to businesses across the UK.
The groups customers include Carphone Warehouse, British Airways, Ford, Lloyds TSB and Egg.