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Introducing EBS – the newest Community Ambassador member to join WMCRC

West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre is delighted to welcome EBS as our newest Community Ambassador member. 


EBS is a Birmingham-based business solutions provider. Established more than 40 years ago, they specialise in software solutions, cloud services, IT hardware, network infrastructure, managed services and cybersecurity.  


As a Sage Business Partner since 1996, they also specialise in Sage’s portfolio of business software and are able offer BMS / ERP solutions for any business wanting comprehensive and flexible software for accounting, manufacturing, CRM and anything in between. 


Boasting their own in-house development team, who use industry-leading skills and tools to develop bespoke software solutions, they fill the gaps that ‘off the shelf’ software cannot. Their IT, Network and Cloud Infrastructure team also provides support and implementation of industry leading solutions. 


On joining the WMCRC, EBS says:  “We are proud to become a community ambassador with the WMCRC. They are a trusted resource for businesses in the region and we are looking forward to supporting their mission in creating a more cyber secure West Midlands. 


As an IT provider working with SMEs in the West Midlands, EBS understand the risks that these businesses face and want to help increase knowledge on cybersecurity and provide expertise where needed.” 


Michelle Ohren, Director and Head of Cyber and Innovation at the WMCRC said: 


“We are thrilled to have EBS joining us. Their extensive IT knowledge and innovative solutions make them an excellent addition to our community. We’re looking forward to working alongside them.” 



If you’re looking to join our community, we’re always looking for new members to offer guidance, and advice and help influence the direction of the centre. Contact us to join the team today.


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