Jolene Sundin, CEO at Sirius.
Jane Imrie

Sunderland telecoms firm set for expansion with move to new HQ

A North East telecoms and IT business is relocating to new standalone premises in order to accommodate its expected growth.

Washington-based integrated IT and communications firm Sirius is set to move into a new base at Crowther Industrial Estate in order to boost its ongoing expansion.

Already a team of six, the firm has taken the decision to relocate in order to provide scope for expansion, and plans to target larger clients with a combined offer of telecoms - both mobile and VoIP telephony - as well as IT and network assistance.

Sirius – which has been supported by Sunderland City Council’s business investment team since it was launched - has taken its new 3,000 sq ft office which its team will move into when office-working is safe, though it continues to support remote-working.

Jolene Sundin, CEO at Sirius, commented: “So many companies have been forced to operate in more agile ways over the last few months, and in doing so have required telecommunication and IT solutions to support these changes.

“We have seen a surge in clients requiring support to digitally enable them, and it’s something we are sure we will continue to see as businesses innovate and adapt in order to survive and overcome the challenges that lie ahead as we continue to deal with the impact of COVID-19.”

“We’ve moved to homeworking like many businesses in response to the pandemic. However we will be moving to our new office when it’s fitted out to a high standard, providing a place we can be proud to call home, and can continue to expand as the business grows.”

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