Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 29 July 2014

Xperience signs £100k contracts

A Lisburn IT company has won new contracts worth over £100,000 within the construction industry in Glasgow and London.

The Xperience Group has also enjoyed recent export successes and growth through acquisitions and now employs around 90 staff in Lisburn, Peterborough and a recently opened Glasgow office.

Founded in 1969, Xperience provides a range of computer hardware and software products, and is a reseller of financial and Enterprise Resource Planning software products.

It also provides technical support services.

The firm's director Patrick Leggett has put the company's recent success down to looking ahead and moving with the times.

"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," he said.

Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster congratulated Xperience during a recent site visit. "Xperience has taken a strategic approach to building key areas of expertise and successfully establishing itself as an expert IT provider in the UK market," she said.

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