Stroud & Swindon has officially opened its new contact centre in Gloucestershire.
The contact centre was officially opened by the Mayor of Gloucester Harjit Gill and the welcoming speech was made by Stroud & Swindon chairman Laurence James.
The contact centre, which will initially house 40 Stroud & Swindon employees, has an overall capacity of 110.
Fitted with state of the art telephony systems, Stroud & Swindon claims the centre will offer an even higher level of customer service.
Stroud & Swindon contact centre manager Gina Pearce says: “We have been based in Gloucestershire for over 150 years and it was imperative to us that our new offices remained in the area, as opposed to moving elsewhere in the UK or even abroad as other institutions have done.
“Stroud & Swindon is a committed employer in the local community, and considers Gloucestershire and the Southwest its heartland. The new contact centre not only allows us to provide a better service to our customers, it also gives us room for expansion.”