07 Nov Digital Office Celebrate 25 Years
A huge congratulations to Digital Office Systems Ltd on celebrating their 25th year in business on Friday 1st November. Established in 1994, Digital Office Systems Ltd are one of the UK’s leading providers of Managed Print Services and IT Solutions. With a strong foothold in the East Midlands; their Head office in Ashby de la Zouch, an office in Grantham and a Distribution and Service centre in Derbyshire, the company are incredibly proud of their journey so far.
The company’s Managing Director John McPhillips, wife Liz, and their team of staff welcomed people from all over the UK, to mark such special occasion and to thank to their customers- new and old; which include Barratt Homes, Bloors, Davidsons, My Home Move and Fisher German; to name but a few.
On the day food was provided by The Alpine Pizza Company and the drinks were kept flowing by Splitsmiths.
John explained; “Digital Office systems Ltd has grown from strength to strength over the last 25 years. But at heart we are still a family business, with my wife Liz, children Jack and Amy, along with Amy’s husband, Emi, all working here, and are all incredibly proud to be a part of this company’s journey
Our journey began by John McPhillips making the decision to join the Xerox Concessionaire program – taking on the Leicester area. European law changed that in 1998 and that allowed us to grow into the National Sales and Serviced based Company we are today.
The Group now have over 31 highly experienced staff members and with our commitment to leading edge technologies and services, you can count on us to be your trusted business partner of choice.
I very much look forward to seeing how the next 25 years evolve and where our vision will take us to. Our growth focus for 2020 onwards is acquisition and we are in negotiations to do this. The group is looking to attain a £10 million turnover in 2020 and the strategic plans need to be achieved in the right way so it paves the way for a solid revenue stream in those coming years.”