Relevance engine firm xMatters has announced the opening of its new offices in London – having relocated from Woking.
Located at Central Court, 25 Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, the office was formerly the home of the London Patent Office. It boasts a spectacularly crafted interior, as well as an impressive exterior and provides a series of elegant offices and meeting spaces.
xMatters revealed that the move would play a significant part in the overall expansion of the company’s global footprint – with the office acting as a centralised location to provide training and support from.
Commenting on the decision to relocate, the firm’s vice president of sales in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), Andy Huffman, said: “We wanted to move closer to our clients and partners.
“xMatters already has hundreds of English clients with dozens based in London. The office will enable us to be more London-centric and service both existing and new clients more effectively,” he added.
The company has also revealed that it will be opening a new data centre.
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