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Servicing firm marks decade in business

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The Arolite team are celebrating 10 years in business.

Catering equipment service provider Arolite is celebrating its 10th anniversary this month by announcing a revamped website and a new digital offering.

Its new website features what is said to be a streamlined design and improved functionality. The site is aimed at helping buyers and facilities managers make well-informed decisions regarding the effective management of their catering equipment investment, utilising a data led approach.

Arolite has also invested in new cloud offerings such as Microsoft Power BI to bolster its client interface by enabling access to information and data remotely for ease and efficiency. The new offering follows its inclusion in the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business High Growth Programme, which supports selected SME businesses as they expand.

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The company was founded by the Khanna family in February 2009. Vinod Khanna, David Khanna, Diana Khanna and Syrita Foster have since led the business to triple its employee numbers. Well-known names are among its client base, such as Dunelm, Showcase Cinemas and Betty’s Tea Rooms.

David Khanna, operations director, said: “While we have seen great business growth in the last decade, what hasn’t changed is our business ethos – we are always striving to improve our service offering, and continue to surpass our customers’ expectations.

“All industries are undergoing a digital transformation, and data is going to play a huge part in leisure and hospitality. Provision of timely information is key in improving not only customer experience but also their margins. Our new website design gives a much clearer reflection of who we are as a business – straightforward, knowledgeable and trouble-free.”

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Clare Nicholls

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  1. Congratulations to Vinod and everyone at Arolite, great people and friends, wishing you all the best for the next 10 Years.

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