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MPS Monitor extends presence to UK

The remote monitoring and device management platform provider looks to expand its footprint across the region

MPS Monitor has cut the ribbon on a new UK arm of its business, as the remote monitoring and device management platform provider looks to expand its footprint across the region. 

MPS Monitor UK, which is directly owned and managed by MPS’ headquarters in Italy, will aim to help the business execute a “tailored, local go-to-market strategy” that focuses on delivering the platform’s full vision, it said.

Having enjoyed success in in other countries in Europe, the Americas and Asia, the new business will operate and serve channel partners in the UK and Ireland, as well as the Nordic markets.

“Businesses in the UK, Ireland and the Nordics are receptive to embracing print management solutions that deliver against their changing requirements,” commented Nicola De Blasi, CEO of MPS Monitor. “This makes the UK a terrific place to invest in order to respond to growing demand from businesses located in these countries. 

“Furthermore, these countries have some of the most mature print ecosystems, and they are a hotbed for print innovation and innovative service and support. We are confident that we can rapidly bring the tangible benefits and award-winning value of MPS Monitor to customers based in these territories.”

Alongside the new UK office, MPS Monitor has also invested in a fresh marketing campaign as it moves to strike up new relationships in the region. The sustained campaign is supported by local-language assets that include a Migration eBook, adverts, videos, LinkedIn content, a dedicated website, PR activities, and more. 

Additionally, print industry expert Ian McRae will join CEO Nicola De Blasi as a member of the board. MPS said the pair’s combined experience will help fast-track the company’s growth and enable it to make a “positive and long-lasting impact” on the dealer’s community in the region. 

“This is an extremely exciting time as hybrid print models and cloud-based print monitoring become the template for modern organisations globally,” McRae said. “Against that backdrop, it’s my belief that both service providers and their customers will value MPS Monitor’s excellent solution. 

“It will deliver enhanced security, deeper data insights and a highly productive user experience, resulting in more value than they have seen before. It presents a compelling proposition for new and existing channel partners, and I am confident a UK-based presence will fuel the company’s success.”

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