09 Oct 19
IT support specialist Silverbug has strengthened its growing reputation in golf by agreeing to extend its PGA Partnership status for another two years.
The Milton Keynes-based firm, was founded in 2002 by Owen Daley and for more than 17 years, it has delivered business-shaped technology solutions to a variety of industries.
Silverbug is a trusted partner with some of the biggest names in IT and has been advising The PGA and its 8,000 Members on a variety of IT needs.
The company already has strong sporting links with football and motor sport. It is the current official junior kit sponsor of the Premier League football club Wolverhampton Wanderers and is also involved with Gulf Racing.
Commenting on its PGA Partnership extension, Dan Bland, Silverbug’s Managing Director, said: “I’m thrilled that Silverbug will continue its relationship with The PGA for another two years.
“We are delighted to be associated with such an historic and prestigious brand. The extension highlights the fantastic working relationship we now enjoy with the Association and its 8,000 Members.
“This partnership aligns with our goals of providing first call IT services to more and more companies all over the world.”
PGA Executive Director – Commercial – Liam Greasley, commented: “We are delighted to further extend our PGA Partnership status with IT support specialist Silverbug.
“The PGA welcomed Silverbug to its growing family of PGA Partners two years ago and during that time the Association and our Members have benefited from their knowledge and experience in dealing with complex IT issues.
“Effective and efficient IT systems and the rapid resolution of any problems are key to the successful running of a business in the 21st century and Silverbug are one of the leaders in the field when it comes to IT solutions.”
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