We’re pleased to announce new plans to expand our Innovation Centre facilities in Pride Park.
The DNS Innovation Centre, which is situated a short distance from The Derby Velodrome and iPro Stadium, is the first of its kind in the UK outside Xerox’s European Innovation Centre in Uxbridge.
It brings together cutting-edge touchscreen technology, a unique interactive boardroom table and several iconic discovery areas to showcase some of the latest award-winning office technology and provide visitors with a first-hand experience of ‘the office of the future’.
Darren Marsh, Managing Director at Document Network Services, explains:
“Our offices have been based on Pride Park for over 20 years and during this time we have grown and expanded into new markets. In 2015, we launched our Innovation Centre in a separate location on Pride Park, a short distance from our main office. The expansion of our Innovation Centre will allow us to re-unite our entire team within a single, central hub – which in turn will help us to improve the quality of the services that we deliver to our clients”.
The new Innovation Centre will be an expansion of the existing facility – doubling in size to introduce a new discovery area, IT support helpdesk and new office working spaces. Building work is already underway and the new Innovation Centre is due to launch in April 2019.
James Willow, Managing Director at Butler & Willow – who are managing the build of the new Innovation Centre – explained:
“We supported Document Network Services with the build of their Innovation Centre back in 2015. We’re pleased to be working with them again to support with the expansion of their existing facilities into the vacant neighbouring unit. I’m positive that this move will be one that will help DNS continue to grow”.
With the launch of the new facilities proving popular with the local business community, there has already been a high demand from those eager to experience the bigger, better ‘Office of The Future’ as soon as it opens.
Tracey Morley, Projects Manager at Document Network Services, said:
“We are already taking bookings from those who are ready to visit the new facilities and are also planning an open-house event that will take place later in the year, providing another opportunity for local business professionals to experience ‘The Office of The Future’ and learn how it can be implemented in their own organisations. Our team are excited to see the project progress and are looking forward to inviting the local business community to join us to celebrate the launch”.