Cloud Design Box has recently made the exciting move from the C4DI co-working space to an office on the second floor of the building.
The growing team specialises in providing SharePoint and Office 365 solutions to schools, multi-academy trusts and businesses. A Microsoft Partner, they build and design bespoke intranet solutions to organise content for organisations around the world with one core aim: to make it as easy as possible for everyone to work, learn and collaborate.
“We decided to move upstairs as we needed the space to expand, grow and create our own culture. Moving into a dedicated office is the first step on this journey,” Tony Phillips, founder of the company.
Tony established Cloud Design Box in 2015 and has over a decade of experience with Microsoft cloud products.
Over the past four years, the business has gone from strength-to-strength, employing six people and helping schools and businesses across the globe to design and adopt innovative cloud software.
Cloud Design Box's educational tools empower teachers and their pupils to reinforce learning, by allowing resources to be instantly accessed and worked on from a connected device.
On top of this, Cloud Design Box has boosted the productivity and enhanced remote working capabilities for a wide variety of global organisations, including leading healthcare company McKesson, the parent company of LloydsPharmacy.
"We aim to become the UK's leading SharePoint and Office 365 provider in the UK education market," Tony tells us.
"Meanwhile, our new cloud product will make our services available to schools worldwide - we're all really excited about the opportunities that lie ahead."
Tony has become a beacon of knowledge in the Microsoft Community, frequently sharing his insight and expertise on his blog and - more recently - the Cloud Design Box podcast.
"We're passionate about what we do and love to share as much knowledge as possible with the Office 365 community."