Health tech firm opens base on Liverpool waterfront

Health tech venture System C opens new 6,000 sq ft office at Princes Dock in Liverpool Waters where it will emply a staff of 60. Tony McDonough reports

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System C has opened a new 6,000 sq ft office at Princes Dock in Liverpool Waters


A health tech company that provides IT services to NHS trusts and local authorities has set up a new base in Liverpool.

System C has taken 6,000 sq ft of office space at Princes Dock in Liverpool Waters. It has created a central hub at the site, closer to its customers, where it can prioritise staff engagement, through more collaborative and flexible working.

Clients of the firm include Liverpool University Hospitals, the Walton Centre, and Alder Hey, as well as Liverpool City Council and Knowsley, Sefton and St Helens Councils. The new office will house 60 staff.

Nick Wilson, chief executive of System C, said: “This expansion further solidifies our position as a leading British supplier. It demonstrates our investment and dedication to supporting our customers and driving digital transformation in the North West.

“With a significant customer base in the North West, and Liverpool city region in particular, encompassing both health and social care sectors, this strategic move brings us closer to them.

“We will be actively recruiting into our Liverpool office to leverage the exceptional digital talent that is now accessible to us.”

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Liza Marco, asset manager at Liverpool Waters, added: “Princes Dock continues to be a highly desirable location for forward thinking businesses who want to provide an attractive, accessible, sustainable and flexible workspace for their growing teams.

“These offices and workspaces within Princes Dock allow for collaborative working and which help to motivate teams, boost creativity and wellbeing, as well as support businesses to become more energy efficient with the net zero carbon status.”

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