Commercial property

IT support firm relocates from Swindon to Cotswolds

Written by Peter Davison.

The new Evaporate headquartersGrowing IT support firm Thirdline has rebranded as Evaporate and relocated from its Swindon base to Cirencester.

Evaporate – which has recently completed serval acquisitions, including business and domestic software develop Dissimilar – provides technological services to small and medium-sized businesses.

The relocation from rural Liddington on the outskirts of Swindon to The Bathurst Estate at College Farm, Cirencester allows the company to better meet client requirements of general IT support, cybersecurity, cloud technologies, telecom services, and strategic consulting.

Currently operating in Swindon, Birmingham, London and now Cirencester, Evaporate aims to be a complete technology provider.

“Our new office space enables us to flex and support the continued growth of the business as well as expanding our reach and services for the local community,” said founder and managing director Jack Peploe.

“We have had an extremely exciting year so far and it is just the start. We have invested heavily into our platforms, general technology and most importantly, our team, allowing us to stick to our mission of empowering the world’s small and medium-sized businesses with the best in technology.”