NORTH-EAST FIRM Clive Owen has launched a new brand as it sets out to provide IT and cloud computing services.
Known as Clive Owen Technology Services, it will look to provide IT services to clients.
The business will be led by Lee Huck, director of the division, who said that clients require a broader range of services. The branding emphasises the firm’s commitment to IT consulting.
“We’ve been providing IT solutions for many years to clients, but we’ve seen how the environment has changed and we know that how people choose their IT provider is different to how they choose their accountant,” said Huck.
Tony Luckett, partner with Clive Owen & Co, said: “We’re very excited about the future of Clive Owen Technology Services.
“We felt it was essential to be able to demonstrate to clients our commitment to moving forward. In addition, they need to feel they are dealing with IT specialists who understand that sector and can compete in that field.
“Many businesses are seeing the results of clear, focused and effective diversification. This move for us just re-enforces what we have been doing for many years, but perhaps puts it clearer on the map.”
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