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News : VoiceSage Moves UK Office to Service UK Better and Cater for Expansion
Dublin, Ireland, & Birmingham, UK, May 24, 2016 -- Customer communications technology market provider VoiceSage confirmed its new office move to a new premises in Birmingham.
The expansion caps the recent appointment of its dynamic new sales director whose mission is to take its sales operation to the next level, and underlines how the company is poised for increased growth.
Under the leadership of Steven Robertson, the software provider plans to expand its British and Irish geographies but also put blue water between it and its rivals in international markets to drive VoiceSage’s growth.
The move was prompted by the accommodation of the VoiceSage support infrastructure and staff; moving from existing offices to a larger and more centrally situated office space, and to accommodate its expanding team and growing client list, confirms its leadership.
Commenting on the move, Voicesage CEO, James J Kett said, "It’s really an exciting time for VoiceSage at the moment in terms of growth and expansion in the UK and other markets.
"We were running out of space for new staff and the new support infrastructure in the UK, plus we need to allow for extra capacity in the future.
"We’re extremely grateful to all our customers, old and new, who have contributed to our success over the years and look forward to even greater things in the future."
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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Founded in 2002, VoiceSage is a privately owned company. It enables organisations to automate voice communications - including interactive messages - from PCs to any phone, anywhere in the world, by placing thousands of personalised calls or text messages simultaneously. In this way, organisations can inform customers and efficiently complete their B2C communications tasks, while at the same time freeing up skilled customer service personnel to concentrate on revenue generating activities.
Published: Wednesday, May 25, 2016