Sungard AS launches new serviced workplace offering

Sungard Availability Services has unveiled seven new Serviced Workplaces across the UK, offering flexible access to secure infrastructure and resilient facilities at a number of strategic locations across the country.

With a mixture of onsite and remote working becoming the new norm, each of the Serviced Workplace facilities has been outside of major city hubs including Docklands, Borehamwood, Elland & Livingston in Scotland.

Each facility provides IT equipment, telephony and dealing room turrets, in self-contained suites. Dedicated meeting rooms and canteen areas are also available.

“As we emerge from the depths of this pandemic, organisations across the globe are re-evaluating the way they work. For many businesses in the UK and beyond, there’s a real challenge on their hands about how and when you bring employees back into the office," says Pat Morley, GM Continental Europe at Sungard AS. “To help meet this challenge, we launched Serviced Workplace, to help customers, and ultimately businesses up and down the UK to get on, and get ahead.”

All of Sungard's new buildings have hardened infrastructure with UPS and generators, as well as recovery to an alternative location is built into the service. User companies have full-time access to the space they need, giving them the levels of flexibility they need in the post-pandemic business world.

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