Insight EMEA has opened a managed services centre in Madrid, Spain, which it claims demonstrates its investment in offering localised-as-a-service support to European clients.
Insight's president of EMEA Wolfgang Ebermann highlighted that its staff in Madrid will offer multilingual support for the rest of the continent.
"We're helping clients optimise their IT investments and increase business agility to stay ahead of their competition," he said.
"While we already have a facility in the UK, our centre in Spain is staffed by engineers native to Europe's largest economies. This allows us to continue to deliver our IT services with the highest standards, across our European client base."
At the end of last year, Insight revealed that it planned to strengthen its as-a-service business on the continent by hiring 200 specialists to its Europe business over the next year, as part of a $10m (€8.8m) investment.
The opening of Insight's new Madrid centre comes two weeks after the reseller giant posted its FY2018.
In 2018, Insight logged consolidated net sales of $7.08bn, an increase of six per cent year on year. Gross profit was also up eight per cent to $993.7m.
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