Pervacio’s Midlands move
Written by: Philip Mason | Published:

Mobile device specialist Pervacio has opened a new technology hub in Birmingham, having moved from Coventry.

The role of the new facility, according to Pervacio, will be to develop “existing partnerships and build new relationships.” The move was prompted by the perceived benefits of operating out of a more centralised “European business destination.”

Pervacio’s vice president of global business development, Hussain Hussain, said: “We’re doing more-and-more business across Europe and our investment in a bigger and better-resourced regional hub in the heart of the UK is an important step.

“It will enable us to satisfy the growing demands of current clients and capitalise on new market opportunities as we continue to build our reputation as a global specialist in the end-to-end management of mobile devices.”

Hussain continues: “Importantly, Birmingham affords Pervacio the opportunity to participate in and support programmes around key emerging technologies, while the company’s international customers will enjoy better road, rail and air transport links.”

The new office – dubbed ‘Alpha Tower’ – will provide a base for the company’s software architects, engineering support and research and development capability.

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