Two new contracts for IT services company

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IT Services company Secure Assure is celebrating after landing two major new contracts with Lancashire businesses ahead of its impending move to new offices on Buckshaw Village.

Sarah Rimmer, Sirector at Secure Assure said: “We are an expanding family business and with the local economy now improving, we are working with more and more clients based in Lancashire and the North West.

“We currently provide IT services to over 40 companies large and small in Lancashire and the North West. We are excited that our move to Buckshaw Village will mean we can we continue our plans for growth in the next few years.”

Secure Assure’s latest contracts are with Lancashire-based accountancy, tax and business advisory firm, Whalley Swarbrick and bespoke furniture manufacturer, Lignify, based in Chorley.

Whalley Swarbrick has its headquarters in Longridge and is in the process of opening a second office in Buckshaw Village so it can serve clients in the Leyland and Chorley area.

Greg Swarbrick, director of the company says, “When we needed an update to our IT infrastructure to facilitate a change of software, Secure Assure were the obvious choice of provider.”

Lignify, based in Chorley, specialise in bespoke furniture production for the health, education, retail and leisure market sectors. The firm has 13 staff, operating from a 19,000 square foot workshop.