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Zenith in contract to connect Derry hospitality group's IT

Hospitality chief Garvan O'Doherty with Martin Lyons, managing director at Zenith Networks

BELFAST-based information technology company Zenith Networks has completed a substantial IT upgrade across the entirety of the Garvan O'Doherty Group, the leading hospitality company in the north west.

It was engaged to review the IT requirements across all aspects of the business and implement best of breed solutions to keep the group at the top of its game. Zenith will continue to support the group with 24/7 cover to ensure both staff and customers have no IT worries.

Martin Lyons from Zenith Networks said the completion of this work with the Garvan O'Doherty Group is the latest in a series of significant projects where the company is providing the core IT infrastructure and support for clients across Northern Ireland and beyond.

He said: “The Garvan O'Doherty Group aims to provide the very best in hospitality in the north west, to visitors from far and wide or locals relaxing in their extensive facilities, including the new bistro, Caterina's, part of the Da Vinci complex.

"Our job is to make sure that all IT requirements are managed effectively, allowing the staff to focus on their job - making sure the customer is fully satisfied. We are delighted to have completed the work and look forward to supporting Garvan and his team over the coming years on the wide range of hospitality businesses and with their ambitious plans for growth.”

Group owner Garvan O'Doherty said: “Reliable IT is an absolute essential for any modern, forward looking hospitality business, to ensure bookings are made and met swiftly and effectively, that payments are processed smoothly and efficiently and that our customers have access to high quality wi-fi throughout their stay - be it for business or pleasure.

"Partnering with Zenith Networks we know that we have the best IT systems, high quality technical support and in depth expertise in place at all times.”

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