Software firm’s festive delivery

Smiles:  Utiligroup directors

Smiles: Utiligroup directors

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UTILIGROUP, a leading provider of software and services, has spread festive cheer by delivering a sack full of presents and donating £1,000 to Lancashire-based Derian House Children’s Hospice.

Chorley-based Derian House is renowned throughout the region as being at the forefront of children’s palliative and respite care.

Families who have a child with a life shortening condition can choose from a range of care and support services, including short planned breaks in Derian House, hospice care at home, a sibling support group, end of life care and bereavement support after the death of a child.

Utiligroup’s marketing manager, Neelam Barber, said: “We are thrilled to support Derian House Children’s Hospice for the second year running. We hope the presents raise a few smiles and funds will allow this fantastic hospice to continue to carry out the work it does.”

Utiligroup combines all the skills and expertise of Utilisoft and Utiliserve, creating a single point of contact for software and services across the industry. To date, Utiligroup has enabled over 20 new entrant suppliers to break into the industry. These include a host of well-known energy providers – both UK and overseas-based – including, The Co-Operative Energy, Ovo Energy, ExtraEnergy, NEAS Energy, GnERGY and Tempus Energy.

Utiligroup recently celebrated its rapid growth by moving in to a new 16,000 sq ft office facility in Chorley and heavily expanding its workforce.