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Nuvias has pointed to the opening of an HQ in Woking as a sign of its growth ambitions across EMEA and an indication it is investing in the future with room to support resellers.
The distribution group, which incorporates Wick Hill, Zycko and SIPHON, has been going since 2015 and has made the move into new premises to ensure it can deliver the services that vendors and resellers are looking for.
“When we started Nuvias, our vision was that by 2020, we would be the business that had redefined value distribution to the IT channel across EMEA, providing services and solutions to enable the channel and vendor community to deliver exceptional business value to their customers. We are now well on the way to fulfilling that aim," said Paul Eccleston, CEO of Nuvias.
“We created Nuvias because the channel needed a new kind of EMEA distributor, to deal with the increasingly complex and diverse needs of the IT customer; the growth in demand for new technologies and emerging disruptive vendors; and the shift in how IT is consumed and provisioned. We’ve been working hard to help partners capitalise on the new opportunities presented by these changes,” he added.
The latest development is part of a narrative of growth and expansion and will provide a resource that can be used by resellers.
“The new EMEA HQ in Woking is part of our on going plans for growth and increased EMEA reach. It will be a focal point for EMEA-wide activities and a centre for training and development, as well as a location for hosting strategic meetings with our customers and vendor partners. It is also available as a resource centre for all our partners," he added.
The channel player is now delivered a turnover that has gone through the $500m barrier with the security and unified comms parts of the operation enjoying decent growth.
The Woking office is the latest in a string of investments in office space with Nuvias having opened offices recently in Austria, Switzerland and South Africa.
Nuvias has continued to expand its vendor portfolio and only last week signed up video conferencing camera specialist Huddly. That relationship follows in the wake of Juniper Networks, Nokia, Malwarebytes, HID Global and BlueJeans.