Software licensing reseller Trustmarque has opened a second Scottish office to coincide with its services expansion plan and to better serve customers in the region.
In addition to its York head office, Trustmarque now has two offices in Edinburgh, one in Reading and one in Belfast. The reseller is also set to cut the ribbon on a Windsor-based outpost in 10 days' time, as it continues with its planned transformation into a services-led LAR.
In April Trustmarque appointed Garry Tough as country manager for Scotland, tasking him to drive sales in the region.
Lochside House, based in Edinburgh, has opened with six full-time staff. They will be joined by a new nine-strong services team in August.
Scott Haddow, chief executive of Trustmarque, said: “The new premises continue with our services strategy – the [Edinburgh] office will enable us to better service our customers in the area.”
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