Pervacio’s new UK technology hub to boost European growth

By May 3, 2018Our Blog

Europe is one of Pervacio’s most rapidly growing markets, so to help us cement existing partnerships and develop important new relationships in the region we have opened a new technology hub in the UK.

Our UK-incorporated business will play a key role in our growth plans, so we were keen to operate from a recognized European destination. In relocating our hub to Birmingham, we will benefit from a more central location, which will facilitate improved customer service, along with continued access to a skills base which will support recruitment and help to drive business growth.

Pervacio’s Vice President of Global Business Development. Hussain Hussain, said: “We’re doing more and more business across Europe so our investment in a bigger and better resourced UK hub is an important step as we continue to build our reputation as a global specialist in the end-to-end management of mobile devices.

“As well as enabling us to satisfy the growing demands of existing customers, the office will support our efforts to take full advantage of new market opportunities.”

Engineering support, R&D and customer support services are all available from Pervacio’s new UK office, which also provides a base for our software architects and is home to our global marketing team.

As part of our growth plan, we are investing in our marketing capabilities and following the appointment of a global marketing manager and client relationship specialist, we are looking to recruit a product marketing individual to join the Birmingham-based team.

Jason Saunt, Pervacio’s Global Marketing Director, added: “The new UK hub is an exciting development as it gives us the opportunity to participate in and support programs around key emerging technologies. At the same time, Birmingham offers us continued access to a technology skills base that will support future innovation.

“By enabling us to better serve customers and build new relationships, the new hub will help us to grow our operation across the UK and Europe.”