Imerja has its thinking cap on
By Marie Jude - bdaily 14th October 2016
Bolton-based IT solutions specialist Imerja is continuing to strengthen its offering after teaming up with information technology consultancy thinkfortytwo.
Anthony Cairns and Che Smith, who established thinkfortytwo earlier this year, will play an important role at Imerja, working alongside the account management teams to help build and maintain positive customer relations, advising new and existing clients about solutions and innovations that will enhance their business.
Part of their role will also be to assist in developing Imerja’s product offering for public and private sector clients, on both a regional and a national scale, liaising closely with Imerja’s CTO Matthew Johnson.
Speaking about the partnership, thinkfortytwo’s founder Anthony Cairns, said: “Che and I have been drawn to the company’s capability and drive. Imerja isn’t just a value-added reseller that stands still and sells on products, it makes a real difference and adds value to all of its clients through the use of innovative and bespoke solutions.
“The company’s reputation for quality products and customer service is enviable and we’re relishing the opportunity to be a part of Imerja’s growth and development.“
Ian Jackson, co-founder and managing director at Imerja, added: “Since we were acquired by Intercity Technology at the end of last year, we have been setting out new growth strategies for the business. We plan to leverage our now much broader in-house capability and previous successes to build a world-class organisation, capable of challenging the status quo and changing the way businesses work, through innovation and the provision of excellent levels of service.
“Anthony and Che understand our history, our plans for the future and are both as ambitious as Imerja – it’s another perfect partnership.“