New opportunities for itim at the Humber Enterprise Park

By Humber Enterprise Park | Posted: 9 Aug 2017

After recently completing its move to the Humber Enterprise Park in Brough, international software provider itim has found its new home is opening up new avenues for recruitment and client interaction.

The company specialises in providing software solutions for retailers, and currently works with the likes of Sainsbury, WH Smith, John Lewis Partnership and The Co-operative Group.

Principal Consultant at itim’s Brough office Ian Robson reported that the company was sold on the Humber Enterprise Park from day one. itim needed large, modern office space with car parking and disabled access, and the site met these criteria whilst bringing the added bonus of business rates exemption.      

Ian adds that the company’s new location close to the A63 motorway network has expanded its recruitment radius to include areas such as Leeds, Selby and Goole, as well as Hull.

The Humber Enterprise Park’s amenities including a gym, chill out areas and a planned running track all further combine to make itim a more attractive proposition to potential new team members.

The company moved from a previous location in Hull, and has found its new facilities are allowing it to interact with its clients in new ways. With a new purpose built meeting room and easy parking access, itim is now proud to invite its clients to meet in Brough, and is even looking into offering clients on-site product training.

If you’re interested in joining itim at the Humber Enterprise Park, you can take a 360 tour of their available office spaces here.  

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