Odyssey Systems has welcomed a specialist not-for-profit membership organisation to its thriving business centre.
UK & Ireland SAP User Group has become the second tenant at its Stockton-based business park, which has Odyssey Systems completely refurbished to create a new, fully-fitted complex for business tenants.
The company joins JBC Accountants in relocating to the business park on Preston Farm.
SAP User Group is an independent organisation which facilitates educational and networking opportunities amongst SAP software users in the UK and Ireland, as well as works with the multinational corporation to communicate with its customers.
UK & Ireland SAP User Group’s new office will house its 10 employees, who will benefit from Odyssey Systems’ telecommunications services, including hosted telephony and a fully-synchronous, uncontended Ethernet connection, as well as its boardroom and 40-person seminar facility, which was outsourced at its previous building.
Craig Dale, chief executive of UK & Ireland SAP User Group, said: “We have scope for further growth and the cloud-based infrastructure in place at our new office will go a long way to helping us achieve our long-term ambitions. With the hi-tech nature of our business, it was essential for us to operate from a modern office building and Odyssey was able to deliver all of our requirements.
“It was also a cost effective decision to relocate as the board and meeting room capabilities ensure that we are able to host large seminars, as opposed to renting space, which was the case at our previous offices. Our company now has the space and capability to expand and it is an exciting time for the business, starting with our office move.”
Mike Odysseas, managing director of Odyssey Systems, said: “I am delighted that UK & Ireland SAP User Group has decided to relocate to our business park as its operations gear up for growth. We are now well underway to establishing a thriving business community on Preston Farm and I would like to welcome Craig and his staff to the building.”