- Hi-tech jBASE Software move into 6th floor of Kodak House in Hemel Hempstead
- Continuing growth in UK and overseas necessitates move
- 100% compound growth pa expected in EC over the next three years
May 11th 2001 – jBASE Software Limited, the fast-growing UK specialist in Database Management Systems (DBMS) and Internet application software, is officially opening its new international head office on the recently refurbished sixth floor of Hemel Hempstead’s landmark building, Kodak House, on Monday May 14, 2001.
Established in 1989, jBASE has out-grown its previous offices in the town having experienced consistent commercial growth over the years, which now necessitates the move to these new prestigious offices. The new premises will accommodate jBASE’s expanding force, currently consisting of some 70 highly skilled information technology systems developers and specialised technical support staff. jBASE now has representation throughout the European Union, Australasia, Poland, South Africa, and the USA.
Commenting on the opening Clive Ketteridge, jBASE’s co-founder and managing director, said; “Over the last 12 years we have concentrated on consistent and sustainable growth and have now earned an enviable position in the DBMS and web application market place, with both a solid product and a profitable distribution and support infrastructure. The move to these fabulous offices marks another milestone in our plans for steady growth. This move couples with our strong emphasises on the technical strength of the jBASE product and our knowledgeable customer centric culture, which will capitalises on jBASE’s proven technological superiority. In this demanding DBMS marketplace we plan to achieve over 100% compound growth per annum over the next three years.”
jBASE Software is a member of the TEMENOS group, and a leading supplier of client server and Web based database management software for developing, deploying, and maintaining business applications solutions. Founded in 1989, with the vision of designing, from the ground up, an open database product that would bring the strengths of Multi-dimensional technology into the mainstream computing market. jBASE Software offers technologies that allow businesses to thrive into the future.
For further information please contact:
Jan Williamson, jBASE Software
Tel:01442 411 800
Ray Jones, Glassmill Public Relations
Tel: 01442 877 293
Note: Supporting Jpeg photographs of Kodak House, Clive Ketteridge, and the event itself are available on request.
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