Autoscribe Relocates to Meet Demand
On the back of excellent world-wide growth and expansion, leading software systems developer, Autoscribe is relocating to larger, purpose built premises in Riseley. The move, with effect from the end of January 2004, will provide 50 per cent extra space compared to the previous office in order to accommodate the business growth seen in 2003, and projected demands as new products are released.
The move will enable Autoscribe to organise a comprehensive range of training programmes for its growing user community, using the dedicated training room and state-of-the-art facilities. Training courses, such as 'Introduction to LIMS' and 'Preparation for a LIMS Implementation' will be planned for general needs, along with dedicated seminars and workshops for smaller groups.
Located in a rural environment in Riseley, the new premises are just three miles south of the M4 at junction 11 and six miles from the M3 at junction 5. Being just a twenty minute drive from the previous office in Aldermaston, no employees will be unduly affected. This was a critical factor in the decision to move.
Autoscribe, based in the UK, is established as a world leader in the development of LIMS scientific software and has now extended the reach of its systems to other business sectors by introducing products such as Training Manager and Feedback (Customer Complaints Manager).
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Posted: December 22, 2003
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