We are proud to unveil our strategic transformation into Digital Space, following significant investment in new and advancing technologies.
Our strategic rebrand is not only representative of our own internal digital transformation – and our successful acquisition of new capability, talent, and technology – but also of our higher purpose to drive sustainability and enable meaningful change for society.
As Digital Space, we will provide profound cloud-led transformation, enabling change for customers through our Connected, Productive and Secure solutions, all which be delivered via our very own cloud-management Platform.
Our CEO, Neil Muller commented: “The world as we once knew it has changed. Whilst we as a society have changed how we communicate and what we value most, the world of business has changed too. Fundamental to this is the acceleration of technology, and more specifically, the centralisation and widespread adoption of Connectivity and IT services in the cloud.
“To help our customers maintain competitive advantage whilst adhering to new, agile ways of working, we have acquired new capabilities, restructured our technology, and developed our own Connected, Productive and Secure spaces, which when integrated via our Digital Space Cloud Management Platform, helps organisations accelerate growth”
“More importantly, however, we understand the significant and positive impact our progressive digital solutions can have on both people and the environment and, as a brand, we are driving this agenda to create a better world for our valued staff, customers, and communities. For example, we provide our customers with the expertise and space to support families and communities through our housing association, public sector and retail and hospitality solutions; the space to be sustainable through our energy solutions; and even the space to save lives through our pharmaceutical and blue light solutions.
“Therefore, whilst I am proud of everything we achieved as Timico, I am extremely excited about the future that lies ahead for Digital Space.”