Outsourcery ltd is relocating over 100 staff from its Bury office to 1 The Avenue in Manchester's Spinningfields.
The IT solutions provider has signed a 10 year leasehold rental agreement with property developer Allied London and the building’s owner, IM Properties.
Although, Outsourcery also has offices in London, the Manchester office rental will become the operational hub for the Cloud computing specialist. The newly decorated executive offices will accommodate customer services and technical support teams, in addition to the marketing, product, human resources and finance teams.
Outsourcery, the award-winning Microsoft network partner, has commissioned workplace fit-out experts TSK to design the new north-west head office.
Andrew Burns, joint managing director at TSK, said "Their strong brand also allowed us to develop a vivid look and feel to the office."
Piers Linney, joint-chief executive of Outsourcery, said "The office is fully Wi-Fi enabled so staff can 'hot-desk' with other teams, and full HD video conferencing across all our sites means that teams based in London and Leicester offices can collaborate easily with their northern colleagues”.
With the fit-out work almost complete, Outsourcery intends moving into their new Manchester office space this autumn.
1 The Avenue, Spinningfields M3 was designed by architects Sheppard Robson and is already home to a range of luxury shops and restaurants.
Michael Ingall, chief executive of Allied London, added "Our existing occupiers at 1 The Avenue; Armani, Australasia and McGrigors are demonstrative of the quality of tenant we are attracting. Outsourcery is no exception and just the type of technology-savvy commercial business we want to attract to the ever expanding and exciting Spinningfields."
IM Properties and Allied London have also purchased the leisure and retail property in Manchester’s Spinningfields for £45m, from Delancey and the Royal Bank of Scotland who were the original financial backers.