Little Bealings/ Ipswich: New home for Virya amid expansion plans

SUFFOLK-based IT services company Virya Technologies has celebrated a move to larger offices.

Virya, which for the past two years has operated from the Baspoint Business Centre in Ipswich, is now based at 29 The Junction in Little Bealings, near Woodbridge, part of the Mallard House Business Centre based on the village’s former railway station buildings.

The business was originally formes as Essex Virus Removals, changing its name to Suffolk Computer Services in 2004 following a previous relocation and taking on its current identity in 2010.

Virya currently has three full-time and two part-time staff in Suffolk, plus a full-time business development manager based in Italy and other freelance staff working on specific projects. With further growth planned over the next six to 12 months, it has doubled its floorspace with the move to The Junction.

Director Ruth Cheesley said: “We’ve had an exciting couple of years at Virya Technologies and our new office move is the first step in what we hope will be an even more prosperous year ahead, whilst also providing a fresh and inspiring working environment for our team.”

She attributes the company’s success to having ethical business values, which she says has helped it to stand out in a busy IT services marketplace.

“We pride ourselves on our honest, open, transparent, kind, considerate and mindful approach to business,” she added.

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