Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Digital transformation specialist taps Gordons for growth plans

boxxe, a York-based digital transformation specialist on track to reach a turnover over £200 million, has hired law firm Gordons to support its growth plans for 2021.

Growth plans include introducing enhanced procurement practices, assisting with the onboarding of new suppliers and developing new service lines.

“Gordons has great experience in both the technology sector and in acting for fast-growing companies,” said boxxe Finance Director, Paul Jenkins. “They also understand our style and culture. These attributes make the firm the ideal legal partner for us.“

Gordons is also providing boxxe with employment and property-related advice as the company continues its recruitment drive, with plans to hire an additional 13 staff before 2021, and takes occupation of its new 20,000 sq ft headquarters at Artemis House in Heworth Green.

Gordons’ digital and technology expert, Ryan Gracey, said: “It’s great to be working with Paul and the team at boxxe. They are doing some extraordinary things when it comes to digital transformation.

“There is an energy and excitement about the business as it continues to grow, and it’s good to be playing our part in helping them make their vision a reality.”

The firm’s other digital and technology clients include gaming platform SkyBet, online grocery retailer Ocado, MaaS provider Fleetondemand, logistics business Advanced Supply Chain and fintech business Vianet.

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