After announcing their partnership with Dounreay Site Restoration Ltd earlier this year to deliver the site closure programme, Roc Technologies has begun investing in the local community. The company has been confirmed as the new sponsors of the Young Spurs Football Club in Thurso.
Chief Technology Officer of Roc Technologies, Jeremy Humphrey, said, “We are delighted to become a sponsor of the Young Spurs Football Club in Thurso. As a company, Roc Technologies is committed to supporting local communities and giving something back, therefore supporting the youth football team seemed fitting. We look forward to the season ahead”.
Young Spurs Football Club Manager, Calum MacKay, said, “We’re delighted to have Roc Technologies as our sponsor. The commitment from the organisations allows us to improve our offering for the young people of the community.”
The team won their first match in their new Roc logo tops 5-1 against Los Pollos FC.
Roc Technologies was awarded a 5-year contract to transform and manage IT services by Dounreay in June. The company is one of the UK’s fastest growing and capable Digital Transformation Services Providers, empowering organisations in public and private sector to accelerate business and technology change. In the last year Roc has successfully ranked in the Sunday Times BDO Profit Track 100 league Table, which ranks Britain’s private companies with the fastest-growing profits over three years; were backed by the Business Growth Fund (BGF), one of the world’s leading private equity investors and acquired both City Change Management and most recently Esteem Systems.