Sat 6th Jul 2013
Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce gains Xperience
Above: NI Chamber President Francis Martin, NI Chamber Chief Executive Ann McGregor and Xperience Group Sales Director Patrick Leggett
Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce, the regions’ premier business representative organisation, is delighted to announce Lisburn ICT company Xperience, as their newest patron.
Xperience’s patronage is expected to further bolster its brand exposure amongst the business community in Northern Ireland, whilst underlining Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce’s commitment to the advancement of business and enterprise in the region.
Having been in the Northern Ireland marketplace since 1969, Xperience is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and has also been awarded Platinum status by accounting software provider Pegasus, one of only four companies in the UK to achieve this.
The Lisburn based company which employs 50 people, has vast experience providing complete IT infrastructure and software solutions throughout the Northern Ireland business community and its business base continues to grow through its expertise in key state of the art industry technologies such as hardware (cloud or on-premise), Sharepoint, virtualisation and unified communications.
Through their network of hardware and software engineers, managed via a comprehensive service support desk, Xperience can tailor an IT solution specific to any business needs, making real efficiencies for the company in the process.
Welcoming the company’s patronage, Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce President Francis Martin commented:
“We are delighted that Xperience recognises the valuable brand exposure that patronage status of Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce brings and we are looking forward to assisting Xperience in communicating their first-class services to medium and large-size companies in Northern Ireland and linking them to further opportunities in their specialised area of work.”
Commenting on the patronage Patrick Leggett, Group Sales Director for Xperience, said:
“Becoming a patron of Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce underlines our commitment to businesses in the region. We already work closely with a large number of Northern Ireland companies, building partnerships to help businesses change and develop. It’s appropriate that we should consolidate our achievements, and our brand, by becoming a patron of the Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce.
We are looking forward to developing our relationships with the Chamber and with local businesses in 2012.”
The Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce patronage scheme provides a tailor made benefits package to leading companies in Northern Ireland, offering major profile raising opportunities and the opportunity to access and network with politicians and their advisers.
The patronage scheme is limited to 12 companies, which sees Xperience join current Chamber patrons Belfast International Airport, FG Wilson, fonaCAB, Grafton Employment Group, Investec Wealth and Investment, McGrigors, Northern Bank, TR Logistics Group, Ulster Bank and the Ulster Business School at the University of Ulster.