Glasgow-based IT and communications firm, Exsel Group, has opened of a new office in Aberdeen.

Headed up by Ian MacIntosh, the new office will make Exsel Group’s existing services available to a larger cross-section of Scottish businesses.

Aberdeen had long been on a list of potential expansion locations for the Exsel Group - but it wasn’t until Ian MacIntosh became available that the business decided the time was right to make the move.

Tom McDonald, CEO of Exsel Group, says, “We have been planning to expand our operation in Aberdeen for some time, but we delayed until we found the right individual to drive the business locally. In Ian MacIntosh we have someone who has a respected member of the business community, with an in-depth understanding of how technology can be used to drive down costs and improve service delivery. We’re thrilled to welcome him to the team, and look forward to working with him to make a success of our Aberdeen office.”

Mr MacIntosh formerly worked as a Key Account Manager at DF Communications, handling not only his regular tasks as a manager, but also overseeing the website design and development for the firm. With twenty years
of experience in business development, mobile communications, internet marketing, IT support and training, Exsel Group believed him to be tailor-made for the new role.

Exsel Group have already started as they mean to go in in Aberdeen, with the recent announcement that they are now a provider of CityFibre - a project which builds, designs and operates exceptionally fast broadband networks across the UK. The system is already in place in Edinburgh, and the introduction of the
future-proof internet solution in Aberdeen will provide a welcome boost to local businesses.

The CityFibre project is just the first of many that Exsel Group will take on as they seek to make their mark on the Aberdeen IT and communications scene.

Their existing services, including hosted IP telephony, call centre solutions, business mobile packages, IT support and cabling installation, will also be essential to the continued growth of local businesses within the Aberdeen area.

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