Akita Expands Its Central London Presence With New Office
Growth in London customers prompts team expansion and a move to a new location.
Akita is excited to announce the opening of a new Central London office, located at 71-73 Carter Lane, London, EC4V 5EQ.
The move comes less than a year after the opening of Akita’s office at 16 St Martin’s Le Grand. The increase in supported customers across Greater London has since required an expansion of our London-based helpdesk and consultancy teams, and the move to larger premises.
IT Support In London
Located at the heart of the Square Mile, the Carter Lane location offers a strategic base for the delivery of IT support in London. While Akita resolves over 99% of IT issues remotely, it’s important for us to be able to attend our customer’s locations quickly if required.
The close proximity of the Central Line at St Paul’s to the Carter Lane office will provide our engineers with a fast link to the West End and Liverpool Street areas respectively.
Meanwhile, nearby Blackfriars station provides quick access to Westminster and South West London, with overland rail routes to King’s Cross, wider North London and Hertfordshire.
These transport links also strengthen our routes into South London, as does the close proximity to the iconic Millennium Bridge for journeys on foot.
Commenting on the announcement, Akita’s Managing Director Christophe Boudet, said: “The expansion of Akita’s London presence at Carter Lane is an indicator of the successful growth of our customer base within the capital over the past 12 months. This is testament to the superlative service Akita’s staff provide to all of our customers in both London and the wider South East.”
Established for over 20 years, Akita is a leading IT support and managed service provider. From our locations in London, Kent and Surrey, we provide over 250 organisations with professional IT solutions and services that support their operations and drive their growth.
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