We are happy to announce our new partner Contict. An innovative IT organisation thats always there for their customers. They do this by offering customers the right technology and by helping and guiding them intensively to get the best out of their organisation.

From Oldenzaal they work with a passionate team of around 30 people. Contict stands for efficient working and that’s why they have introduced the concept “Smart Working”. This is how they create the link between all kinds of IT solutions. In this way, IT becomes more accessible and they examine for each customer which IT solutions are needed to perform work faster, more efficiently and better. This requires a combination of the best solutions and the expertise to make optimum use of the technology.

“The personal approach to their customers is something that makes Contict unique. The wishes of the customer always come first. You can only come up with a solution if you know what the ideal working day of the customer looks like. We are really looking forward to the collaboration and together we will make it a great success,” said Gijs van Hees, Success Maker at Workspace 365.

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Mark Grasmayer

Mark Grasmayer

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