Software firm CIMCON has announced it will be moving to new London office space to accommodate its growing number of employees.
The firm will relocate to a new office at 40 Bank Street in the heart of London’s financial district, Canary Wharf.
CIMCON Software director, Sanjay Agrawal, said he optimistic that the new London office would allow the firm to serve its expanding customer base in Europe.
Agrawal added: “There is growing awareness by customers, auditors and regulators that Good Spreadsheet Practices (GSP) are an important component of a regulatory compliance program.
“Gaining visibility over the extent of the spreadsheet estate, its usage, and the data links between them is a good business practice that reduces risk and increases confidence in the firm’s internal controls and reporting practices, ultimately reducing costs.”
Founded in 1988, CIMCON is the longest established firm in the spreadsheet management market.
The firm is well known for providing compliance solutions for Access databases in a single integrated platform.
With a client base which spans North America, Europe and Asia, CIMCON’s spreadsheet compliance technology has been implemented by many businesses from the Fortune 500.
CIMCON currently has an office in Asia, as well as its headquarters in the United States.
By:Â Kirsty MacGregor
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