Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster has congratulated Xperience Group on recent export success and growth through acquisitions.
During a short visit to the company the Minister heard that the Xperience Group had won new contracts worth over £100,000 within the construction industry in Glasgow and London and has also opened a Glasgow office.
The company has grown significantly over the last few years through acquisitions and now employs around 90 staff across its offices in Lisburn, Peterborough and Glasgow.
Xperience provides a range of computer hardware andsoftware solutionsandis a reseller of financial and ERP software products and provides technical support services.
Speaking during the visit to the company Arlene Foster said: “Xperience has taken a strategic approach to building key areas of expertise and successfully establishing itself as an expert IT provider within the UK marketplace.
“In this it has been supported by Invest Northern Ireland which helped it to develop a three-year growth strategy, improve the skills of its employees and strengthen its technical infrastructure.
“The company’s latest export success is the result of it developing innovative software modules targeted at the construction and service sectors and proves that opportunities do exist for ambitious and focused local businesses.”
The Minister was welcomed to the Lisburn site by Patrick Leggett, Director of Xperience.Commenting on the company’s recent success he said: “We have a clear and targeted approach to growing our business through new technologies and have developed specific core software applications and cloud computing expertise. “The role that technology plays within the administration and efficiency of any business is set to rise and we want to significantly increase our share of this market across these islands.”