CFN Solutions targets growth following office move

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A respected north-east businessman has launched a new venture which aims to bring better communications to the region.

CFN Solutions, which provides mobile, cloud based fixed-line telephony services and internet connectivity, has moved into office premises at the Conexus Centre in Dyce.

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The newly-renovated premises at Howe Moss Road, Kirkhill Industrial Estate creates a platform for future growth and will allow the business to build upon recent achievements.

Led by managing director Ian MacIntosh, CFN Solutions has already secured several new clients within its first weeks of trading in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Inverness across multiple industry sectors including oil and gas, construction and recruitment.

The business offers customers access to the three main mobile network operators (O2, Vodafone and EE) and is a partner with a leading hosted telephony provider.

Ian has more than 15 years’ experience in IT and communications through an extensive career in sales and business growth positions.

He said: “Despite it being early days for CFN Solutions, we have been overwhelmed by the initial response and the company is already supporting clients to achieve more from their business-critical systems through adopting the latest technology.

“I firmly believe there are opportunities in the current market for proactive companies who can demonstrate a greater understanding of clients’ operations and, through working closely together, help fulfil their actual requirements.

“Since much of our activity centres around cloud-based software, we are well placed to scale clients’ operations upwards as they grow and develop, without the need for significant capital expenditure.

“CFN Solutions can play an important role in adding value by helping clients make better use of their existing technology and changing the way they have traditionally done business.”


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