On the 29th March, Birmingham-based technology partner, Intercity, was honoured to host Minister Paul Scully, the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Minister for Tech and the Digital Economy). During the visit, Intercity showcased the remarkable journey it's been on since 1985, including the record growth achieved in 2022.

Intercity's core mission is to be the best technology partner to work for and with. MP Paul Scully met with Intercity's graduates and apprentices, learning about how the company has supported their careers and personal development. The visit ended with a tour of Intercity’s cutting edge Information Security Operations Centre (ISOC), with an overview of how the company supports its partners in navigating the ever changing landscape of cybersecurity.

MP Paul Scully also met with Intercity's Project Management team and was impressed by their commitment and focus on delivering excellent customer service. Intercity proudly showed him its service excellence award, which it recently won at the Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards.

Group photo
Left to right: Yiannis Maos MBE (CEO of Birmimgham Tech), Minister Paul Scully (Minister for Tech & the Digital Economy), Charlie Blakemore (Group MD) and Bill Hopkinson (Sales & Marketing Director).
Discussing the importance of cybersecurity
The Minister met with Intercity colleagues, including members of the ISOC (Information Security Operations Centre) team to discuss the importance of cybersecurity.
Showcasing the Intercity culture
The minister was also shown what makes the Intercity culture: People power at the heart of everything, nurturing and supporting colleagues throughout their careers in technology.

Intercity would like to extend its thanks to Yiannis Maos MBE, CEO of Birmingham Tech for facilitating the introduction. The company is proud to see the tech ecosystem in Birmingham working together to raise the profile of the region for its technology and innovation.

During the visit, the challenge of bringing new talent into the tech industry to support its growth was discussed. Intercity is working closely with local universities and schools to reduce the skills gap. The company is firm believer in its people power and is on the lookout for new talent to join the fast-growing team. Intercity encourages those interested in starting a career in tech to check out the open vacancies on its website.

The visit was a resounding success, and Intercity is proud to have had the opportunity to showcase its achievements and contributions to the tech industry in Birmingham, as well as helping to shape the country as a global leader in digital innovation.