Lexel opens 1.5 million dollar building extension
Auckland, 6 November, 2006
Auckland technology integrator Lexel has opened its 1.5 million dollar building extension. His worship the Mayor George Wood opened the event with key customers and suppliers in October.
The building extension provides over twice the existing space with approximately 11,000ft2 of office and 3000ft2 of full height warehouse. The new space provides a dedicated integration centre with separate workshop facilities, dedicated seminar room, dedicated customer service reception, additional meeting rooms, large amounts of additional office space and a separate full height logistics warehouse.
The new extension and remodelling of the existing building provides key space for existing staff and is core to the planned growth. Noel Simpson, Lexel General Manager, says the new space is a key step for Lexel continued success. It provides new capability and improved efficiency for handling large projects and managed run rate pre and post integration work. The new integration centre processed over 25 pallets of HP and Cisco equipment for Navy in its 1st month, and 3x HP EVA SANS for a large Australasian client.
Mr Simpson continues: "we are currently investing heavily in all parts of our business and looking to offer a wide range of solutions to our clients. We are particularly focussed on growing our service capability and are already experiencing strong growth in this area. It is an exciting time to be in IT, and Lexel is well positioned for continued success and growth."
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