A new company has formed out of the ashes of veteran dealership Mipac, which went into receivership in December. Preston-based Mipac Services will focus solely on Lotus Notes training and technical support.
MD Paul Agar was positive about the new company?s future, saying the narrow specialisation gave Mipac Services room to provide a better level of service. ?As an independent company, we will be freed from the restrictions of working within a larger diverse organisation. We will be able to provide our customers with a better level of service as our employees will be providing technical assistance on Lotus Notes only and not be diverted into other technical areas.?
Mipac never recovered from an attempted management buyout in 1994, followed by the loss of several accounts.
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