Growing IT firm opens new office in Norwich

11:55 18 June 2014

Adept IT Solutions has opened a new office in Sprowston Road Norwich. Pictured Greg Brown, founding partner, with Lucy Blake, business development partner

Adept IT Solutions has opened a new office in Sprowston Road Norwich. Pictured Greg Brown, founding partner, with Lucy Blake, business development partner


A growing Norwich IT support firm is hoping to develop the business with the opening of a new office.

Adept IT Solutions was formed in 2005 and provides a range of services to small and medium-sized businesses across Norwich and Norfolk.

Recently it worked with Age UK Norwich to migrate its software systems to Office 365.

As the business has grown it has opened an office in Sprowston Road, Norwich.

Greg Brown, founder, said: “We set up our company in 2005 with a focus on providing forward thinking and reliable IT support, which is cost effective.

“With a loyal and growing client base we were outgrowing our current premises. We are delighted to have a new office that will enable us to develop the business and expand our team of IT experts.”

The launch of the new office is on Wednesday 25 June from 12pm to 4pm, where champagne and light refreshments will be served, to book a place please email

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