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Expansion to sees 40% revenue growth for NBM

Thursday, 25th July, 2019 10:37am

One of the country’s leading workplace solutions providers has announced plans for a major business expansion.

National Business Machines (NBM), which specialises in workplace solutions, software, services and managed print services, will expand its business to cover all of Munster and South Leinster.

The expansion means the company, which holds a partnership with printing giants Xerox, is now responsible for counties Cork, Clare, Kerry, Limerick, Tipperary, Waterford, Carlow, Kilkenny, Laois, Offaly and Wexford.

Currently with headquarters in Cork and offices in Limerick and Waterford, this expansion will position NBM as one of Xerox’s largest Irish Channel partners.

The announcement will see NBM invest €750,000 into infrastructure and personnel between now and 2020 in order to make this growth possible.

Commenting on the announcement, NBM Managing Director Michael Galvin, said: “Today marks another huge milestone in the history of NBM, a milestone that I wish to extend a huge well done and thanks to my dedicated and skilled team for making possible.

“We have weathered two recessions and while other business downsized, we made some smart business decisions for NBM and our customers that saw us continue to grow and flourish.”

The expansion will create five new jobs and is expected to increase NMB’s revenue growth by 40 per cent by 2020.

Mark McPhillips, Managing Director, Xerox, said: “For more than three decades National Business Machines Limited has been a trusted partner of Xerox, with a track record of investing in its business to enhance client service.

“This expansion in the Irish market will further strengthen both Xerox and NBM’s ability to offer a high-touch, locally accessible model to support clients and grow both of our businesses.”

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