Turn IT On moves into Wittas House

Michele Lodge of Hexagon Business Centres with new tenant Tom Welch of Turn IT On

The schools IT support consultancy Turn IT On has moved into a new office suite in Hexagon Business Centres. The firm, which has over 90 employees across the Thames Valley, has relocated its head office and 15 staff from Eynsham.

The new, self-contained office suite at Wittas House includes a bespoke training room fitted with an interactive panel and individual laptops. Turn IT On has its marketing, HR and finance teams based in Witney with other support functions at its Princes Risborough office. The new head office was completely refurbished before the team moved in and they since branded them with their iconic corporate styling.

The move into Wittas House on Station Lane has been welcomed by the Turn IT On team, who are now able to walk into Witney to enjoy the shops and services in the town centre.

Founded in 2003, Turn IT On provides ICT support to more than 500 primary and secondary schools, Local Authorities and Multi Academy Trusts across Oxfordshire and the south of England. They work with schools to make the best their use of ICT across the curriculum to provide enhanced teaching and learning. Turn IT On advises schools on hardware and software usage, working with both teaching and support staff to construct and deliver a strategic plan for the delivery of ICT.

Turn IT On MD and founder, Tom Welch, said, “We have grown over the last 15 years by helping schools to use ICT in a way that has the highest impact on learning. Most of our staff are field based, but we were looking for a new location for our head office it made sense to move into Witney which is more central and offers lots of benefits for our team. The new head office at Hexagon is a perfect base for our next chapter.”

Michele Lodge, Centre Manager at Hexagon, adds. “We know Turn IT On well as they have been regular users of our meeting room, so are we are delighted that they have now become tenants of Wittas House.”