As part of continued investment in bolstering its customer service offering, Digital Space, a leading managed services provider, has today unveiled its new supply chain service, Tech Space.
Tech Space is expected to transform how current and new customers of Digital Space purchases IT equipment through the managed services provider. Managing the customer’s end-to-end requirements from sustainably disposing and recycling old legacy hardware to delivering new IT equipment straight to the customer’s front door.
At a time when technology is at the core of any organisation, the new service will enable customers to get hold of IT and hardware in a quick and efficient manner, reducing normal industry wait times and ensuring their business remains connected, productive and secure at all times.
This recent investment by Digital Space is the latest initiative aimed at strengthening the IT provider’s customer service offering. Sarah Lambert-Gibbs has been appointed as Head of Supply Chain Tower to lead the division and will be utilising her previous experience in distribution and key vendor partnerships to offer customers best-of-breed IT and hardware, all at competitive prices.
Sarah said: “The launch of Tech Space marks an exciting new chapter for Digital Space. In today’s digital era, we understand that our customers need new equipment quickly and efficiently. Tech Space aims to not only achieve an effective service but to ensure that the end-to-end customer journey is easy and as seamless as possible, taking away any hassle for the customer.
“Our Expert and Gold partnerships with leading world-class vendors also means that service users will receive the best equipment on the market, whilst also benefitting from competitive prices. In doing so, we can ensure we are best-placed to support customers no matter where they are on their digital journey.”
Headquartered in Newark-on-Trent, Digital Space is a leading technology platform and solutions provider. Born from managed services provider, Timico, the brand announced its own transformation into a cloud-first provider in June 2021, following multiple acquisitions of lead cloud practices, including Arcus Cloud Services.