May 4 1 min read
Managed IT Service Provider & BABCNE Member, Bluecube is now in Boston
British tech company opens office in Boston to bolster profitable relations between the UK and the US.
A proud member of the British American Business Council of New England (BABCNE), the company exists to make its clients’ lives easier by being their whole (or an extension of) their IT department so that their businesses are not limited by technology and their minds are not needlessly pre-occupied by IT.
“We are excited to launch in the US to grow our business and support our clients who operate on a global scale. We are looking forward to working with our team based in Boston to help our customers grow and achieve their business goals with our completely dedicated service. With the right IT infrastructure and support in place, downtime is minimized, security protection is increased, agility is boosted, and competitive advantages are strengthened,” said James Hawker, Founder and CEO of Bluecube.
A Microsoft Gold Partner and a Tier 1 Cloud Solutions Provider, Bluecube has grown consistently year-on-year and now has a team of over 100 professionals in 13 offices around the world, supporting 110 clients and over 8,000 users, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
“Bluecube has a proven track record as a Managed IT Service Provider helping businesses use technology to their greatest advantage to improve performance and increase productivity. We’re here to offer companies in BABCNE a complete spectrum of IT support,” said Robert DeMaria, Business Development Manager of Bluecube in Boston.
For more information, visit https://www.bluecube.us
Founded in 2003, Bluecube is a Managed Service Provider that offers Managed IT Services, IT Support, Cloud Computing, and Cyber Security. This comprises complete support and guidance for all IT needs including but not limited to supply of IT equipment, the design, build, and delivery of both cloud and hybrid IT solutions, and individual strategic advice to enable clients to achieve their goals.
The British American Business Council of New England (BABCNE) is a founding chapter member of The British American Business Council, which was launched in September 1986 by HRH The Prince of Whales.
A non-profit international business association, BABCNE is comprised of members from more than 100 New England-based companies and individuals involved in transatlantic trade. Its mission is to foster business development and networking opportunities between the United Kingdom and New England. For more information, visit https://www.babcne.org
Name: Robert DeMaria