Lisburn's Asdon Group expands with office move

  • Lisburn-based technology and business supplies company Asdon has doubled its office space with the aim to increase its workforce by a third. 

    The move is part of a long-term growth plan which will see Asdon develop its portfolio of services to the NI marketplace.

    The principle activities of the group are the provision of business technology, telecoms, photocopiers, office products, HR and GDPR compliance and recruitment. 

    Furthermore, the company offers a broad spectrum of technology services including cloud services, cybersecurity, digital dictation, speech recognition, scanning and print solutions, access control, CCTV and alarm systems.

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    Director, Ronnie Hill commented: “We are delighted to have completed our refurbishment and move to our new premises which will support the first stage of our plans to grow the business.  We are committed to adapting in a fluctuating marketplace as we continue to understand fully the effects of the pandemic and what impact that could have locally for NI business. 

    “We have supported our clients and customers to maintain their operations by providing whatever they needed to our usual high standards during these challenging times.  Our team has worked tirelessly throughout this period utilising a blend of office and home working to ensure a full continuity of service to everyone.

    “We look forward to the next phase of our development, and plan to attract talent from all the sectors that we operate in to further strengthen our service offering. We believe customers want to have a single point of contact for these business-critical services and we will give clients every opportunity to choose a service provider who can help them achieve that.”

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