A leading telecoms firm in the South West has launched a home working solution to help businesses across the UK better adapt to remote and blended working.
PureComms, based just outside Bristol, launched ‘Pure Home Working’ in response to the recent growth in demand from many companies needing help in moving to remote working – and it has proved hugely popular.
CEO Rob Vivian said: “We have seen a huge push towards remote and home working and as a telecoms provider that specialises in building bespoke packages around a client’s needs, we quickly launched the Pure Home Working solution.”
Pure Home Working’ provides its users with a dedicated broadband service to allow an exclusive “work” connection and a telephone infrastructure that supports the employee displaying the office number on any calls so that your customers will not spot any difference to office working.
The system can connect up to 20 team members on each deal and there are no penalties for disconnecting people, unlike typical broadband contracts.
“We have put it to market as a framework deal where clients can sign in and connect and disconnect staff whenever they need to, it’s a really fluid system,” explained Rob. “This also allows us to offer an additional or new service to clients instead of having to replace an existing service they may have in place.”
As a result, PureComms is thriving despite the coronavirus pandemic, having recently expanded its Business Development team, taking the total number of staff to 15 and strengthening its position as one of the leading telecoms providers in the UK.
The award-winning company, which celebrated its 10th anniversary last year, is on course to hit the £3million turnover mark at the end of this financial year – up significantly on the previous year.
“It’s absolutely vital that businesses are prepared in case there is another lockdown, and we are delighted that our ‘Pure Home Working’ solution is proving vital for our clients to keep working,” added Rob.
PureComms has achieved massive year-on-year growth thanks to marquee investments in the business and bringing on board several major, high-value clients. Customers they work with include IVC Evidensia, Co-op, Britannia Windows, Ascot Group, Bonhams, BWOC, Wickwar Brewing Company and Gardener Haskins.