Global IT service provider Allied Worldwide have announced an innovative new partnership with Opel Vauxhall Finance (OVF) that will see Allied open a new, UK-based office and service centre in Cardiff.
Allied, who earlier this year embarked on a significant investment programme, offer outsourced IT, managed IT service desks and resourcing. They currently have engineers or support staff based in over 40 countries around the world, servicing customers both remotely and on-site, and this exciting new partnership will see the opening of a new base in Cardiff to further accelerate their growth plans.
The move is part of Allied’s ongoing commitment to their people and to deliver even higher standards of customer care.
Allied Worldwide Chief Executive Officer Akash Bhat said:
“This is fantastic news, and we are really pleased to be working alongside OVF to help service growing customer demand. We’re already proud of our response rates to customers, and this will enable us to extend our reach and provide a better, faster response.
“I’m delighted to welcome the new team to the Allied family. As a people-focused business, working with Allied will be a real boost for their career, giving them the opportunity to access new technologies and provide IT support for businesses in a vast range of industries across the globe.”
Pictured in image (l-r): Rakesh Kumar (Operations Lead), Daniel Summers (Level 2 Service Desk Analyst), Gregg Morris (Service Desk Senior Analyst), Akash Bhat (CEO), Marco Menegazzi (Level 2 Service Desk Analyst), and Rachel Jones (UK Service Desk Manager)
About Allied Worldwide
Founded in 1992, Allied Worldwide support our customers to grow their businesses through Global IT Managed Services, IT Support and Business Solutions. We help our customers create agile workforces, leverage business data for growth, expand into new geographies, take advantage of innovation and ensure IT is always on.
Allied has continuously challenged traditional business models to remain at the forefront of innovation and digital transformation trends.