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25 January, 2006 - 21:54 By Staff Reporter

Intergence bites into the Big Apple

Intergence Systems, a Cambridgeshire network consultancy that has grown 500 per cent over the last three years, has opened a New York base to service a growing international client list.

Intergence Systems, a Cambridgeshire network consultancy that has grown 500 per cent over the last three years, has opened a New York base to service a growing international client list.

Peter Job, MD and CEO at Intergence, said: “This reflects our global customers’ requirements for network architecture consultancy of the highest calibre.

“Many of our clients are global with a significant presence in North America. This capability will allow us to help satisfy those requirements in their primary markets.”

Intergence formed in 2003 and has grown from four employees to 25 since. In 2005 it moved into new offices in Great Shelford to accommodate the growth.

Job said: “We now plan to double our revenue in 2006 and achieve £24m turnover within three years.”

Intergence Systems provides a range of IT consulting services aimed at optimising the corporate network infrastructure. Clients include Reuters, Equant, NATS, Cisco and Cable & Wireless.

 

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