Sandwell IT firm acquires new premises

What a great start to 2020 for Sandwell IT firm CSCM. The company has acquired new commercial premises next door to its existing office at Swallowfield Courtyard on the Wolverhampton Road in Oldbury.

Established in 2000, CSCM is a global managed IT services and cloud solution provider. It offers outsourced IT and specialises in cloud computing. While organisations all over the world use its UK-hosted cloud solutions, its fully managed helpdesk and support team are based here in Sandwell.

CSCM was established over 22 years ago by its founding director Jude Thompson, who has recently been appointed as president of the Black Country Chamber of Commerce, following his two years as vice president.

In a press statement Jude said: “The new premises will enable us to expand and grow our team in the short term, with our longer term goal being to expand our offering internationally as a number of our UK clients have international premises and offerings.”

The business aims to expand the services it offers during 2020 and beyond due to demand from its customers and the new premises is just part of this plan. Work on the new building will start straight away and CSCM aims to create a fantastic modern workplace with improved facilities for its staff as well as customers and other visitors.

Funding for the purchase was provided by Barclays.

Congratulations to CSCM and watch this space for news of their expansion. If your business is looking to grow, secure funding or find a new premises visit our business support pages, such as our Property Expertise page.