Class Networks is one of the largest providers of communications technology to the UK voluntary sector. Based in Surrey, England the company announced a re-structure today. Jonathan Levy, the Chief Technology Officer has been promoted to Managing Director and Julian Miller the current Chief Executive Officer is now the company Chairman.
Julian Miller, said “We’re on a positive path, we’ve been concentrating on new product development and our focus is now on ensuring that we continue to consolidate our positon in the voluntary sector. Jonathan has been a director at the company for seven years and I’m delighted he’s accepted the position of Managing Director. We’re looking forward to moving the company further into the digital age.”
Jonathan Levy reinforced the message, “I’m a passionate believer that digital inclusion for the voluntary sector is essential. Because technology is advancing at an exponential rate and is moving to cloud based solutions, it’s increasingly easier for charities and particularly the smaller and mid-size organisations to have options. Class Networks has been investing in developing Voice, Video and Data services with some of the world’s leading edge companies. We can now provide cyber-security solutions from Sophos, video conferencing from Vidyo and Office 365 and Azure from Microsoft.
Jonathan added, “Alongside our commitment to the voluntary sector we have a strong footprint in the commercial sector with clients such as Augusta Westland, the Star Group and social enterprises such as Sandwell Leisure Trust. The personal touches we’ve developed working with charities is very attractive to large organisations who are tired of being treated as monoliths.”
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Founded in 1989, Class Networks is privately owned and based in Leatherhead, Surrey, England. The company specialises in providing business communications to the voluntary sector. It has been a Trusted Supplier to the National Council of Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) in England, the SCVO in Scotland and WCVA in Wales for nearly twenty years. With over 1,100 clients in the voluntary sector Class Networks has built a business that combines technical expertise with customer service to deliver business, telecommunications, network and communications solutions that the voluntary sector trust.
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