NeoWave are moving premises, to newly refurbished offices that will support their continued expansion. The new offices, just 15 minutes down the road from the existing base, offer improved scope for the launch of NeoCloud, NeoWave’s service based offering.
NeoWave is undergoing some major changes this year; so far they have announced the management buyout that saw Ranjit and Margaret take control of NeoWave, expanded the team to include a dedicated Marketing function, and the launch of NeoCloud, the new service based offering that is enabling resellers to earn and collect on going revenues. ‘It quickly became apparent that in order to keep up with the changes at NeoWave we needed to find premises that better suited us now and for the future. NeoWave’s expansions plans are taking force, and we need to be ready to give the vital support to our resellers, with a comprehensive team and infrastructure.’ explains Margaret Brewer ‘At NeoWave we think it is important to offer the reseller support in the market place, in order to give them to confidence to attack the market and gain new customers with new services. With this in mind we have grown the team at NeoWave and we expect this to continue.’
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