Birmingham, UK (PRWEB UK) 13 December 2013
JobLogic have announced that they will be moving to a state of the art office space at the Custard Factory, just 800 paces from Birmingham’s Bullring shopping centre. After a year of changes, including a management buyout, and a recent recruitment drive, the icing on the cake is the move to the creative heart of Birmingham.
The move will allow JobLogic to integrate the new trainers, developers and support members that were recently brought on board to improve the service they offer to customers. “The move has come at just the right time and has given us the opportunity to create a fully customised workspace and organise our team more efficiently,” said Theodore Bigby, who coordinates JobLogic’s marketing and PR.
Facilities at the highly prestigious Custard Factory are excellent and the opportunity to move into Birmingham’s Enterprise Zone which is host to clusters of other IT, creative and digital businesses in Digbeth, Eastside and the Jewellery Quarter, is one that could not be missed. The new office includes a fully customised telephone system to better serve customers and a small onsite training room.
Months of planning has gone into the move, spearheaded by Managing Director James Whatmore, who felt the move would “create the right atmosphere for [the] team and ultimately improve the software for our customers.” To stay at the cutting edge of Service Management Software development, he believes it is important to be in an environment where creativity is encouraged. There is no better place for this than the growing heart of Britain’s second city.
JobLogic officially move to their new offices on 16th December 2013.