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Hamillroad Software Creates a Foundation for Growth with New Office Premises

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Hamillroad’s Analysis Room

CAMBRIDGE, UNITED KINGDOM - UK prepress solutions company Hamillroad Software is excited to announce its move to a new office space in Cambridge's centre.

Hamillroad has moved its offices into a new vibrant location that matches its ambitious growth plans.

The office near the River Cam provides an attractive Cambridge location for UK-based staff members to work and customers to visit. The open-plan space allows for print analysis, additional space for the growing customer support and development teams, and an inviting work environment to attract top talent from Silicon Fen.

Boasting a state-of-the-art Analysis room, the support and development teams have access to the latest technology to assist customers in addressing the most complex print challenges.

"Customer support is key to the success of any technology," comments Andy Cave, CEO.

"We've invested in a location that is appealing to highly-skilled and talented people and has the space to accommodate our planned growth in staff numbers. Like many businesses, we have spent the best part of the past two years working from home, and in that time, we've taken on new hires. While we've managed online, getting back to an office environment has allowed us to interact better than possible over Zoom or Teams. This is important as we take on additional team members to share knowledge and ideas effectively. The new space allows for collaboration and creativity in a manner that's not possible otherwise," concludes Cave.

Established in 2002, Hamillroad Software specializes in award-winning Digitally Modulated Screening, technology for Lithographic printing (Auraia DMS), and Flexographic printing (Bellissima DMS).


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