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Y Soft Expands in China and U.K.

Wednesday, August 07, 2019

Press release from the issuing company

Larger offices support new hires and capabilities

Brno, Czech Republic and Dallas, Tex. – Y Soft® Corporation, today announced new, larger offices for its operations in China and the U.K. The new offices support Y Soft’s expanded hiring and, in China, a dedicated warehouse to support delivery of YSoft IOTA hardware solutions.

In China, Y Soft’s office has moved to the Central Business District area of Pudong, Shanghai. In addition to the office’s large capacity for additional sales and customer support staff, the office includes a warehouse storage space for YSoft IOTA hardware solutions. This new warehouse joins the company’s existing hardware warehouses in Singapore, Grapevine Texas and the Czech Republic.

In the U.K., a new, larger office was required to accommodate an increase of staff. The company maintains a customer first approach that prioritizes excellent local support for customers and partners.

The new office locations
Y Soft China Ltd, Room 2209, 22th Floor, No. 618 Shang Cheng Road, Pu Dong New District, Shanghai, China

Y Soft U.K., Rourke House, The Causeway, Staines, TW18 3BA, United Kingdom

The new, larger offices are in response to an increase of business related to its flagship product, YSoft SafeQ. Lukáš Ma?ásek, Chief Sales Officer, Y Soft, commented, “Y Soft has a customer-first approach which means we are where our partners and customers are located, in order to provide the best products, services and support to meet their needs. These larger office spaces will enable us to adequately house our expanded staff and the planned growth we have for the regions.”

 

 

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