Sussex-based Cisco VAR Ideal Networks is hoping to boost sales with the launch of a collaboration centre at its Brighton headquarters.
The centre features demo facilities and a videoconferencing suite and was officially opened late last month (pictured) by Ideal Networks founder Mo Merrick and Cisco UK partner boss Richard Roberts.
"We are very proud to be investing and expanding our business in Brighton," said Merrick. "The new collaboration centre provides a great space for our customers to come and discover how the latest collaboration tools can drive productivity through better communication."
The new digs have also been visited by Brighton Kemptown MP Simon Kirby, who claimed the opening could provide "a real boost to the economy and job prospects across Brighton and Hove".
"Getting the most out of technology can be a challenge for many businesses and meeting that challenge is vital if they are to be competitive in the digital age," he added. "The centre will provide fantastic facilities for companies across the city, helping them to develop and grow their businesses through the use of state-of-the-art communications."
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