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Further expansion for Autoscribe in the US

Autoscribe Informatics, a provider of Laboratory Information Managements Systems (LIMS) and other database management applications, has moved into larger premises in Lakeville Corporate Park, Lakeville, MA.

This expansion of the US operation follows a similar move by the UK headquarters of Autoscribe Informatics into bigger offices in December 2017.

Kristine Joyce, Operations Manager for Autoscribe Informatics in the US, explained: ‘With sales, admin, technical services and support functions all on-site, our original office in Falmouth, MA was creaking at the seams. Lakeville is perfectly positioned for our staff between Cape Cod, Providence and Boston, and provides the ideal space for us to expand into. The move went very smoothly and we were up and running very quickly with no disruption to our customers.’

In 2016 Autoscribe announced a record order intake for its Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) in the USA. Results for the six months to April 2016 showed a total increase of orders of 161 per cent, with April itself showing the highest ever order book for a single month.

At that time Boother commented that while this success was related to the success of Autoscribe’s Matrix Gemini software ‘it is still vitally important that our team works closely with customers to fully understand their current and future needs and ensure that systems we provide are exactly fit for purpose.’

Now with the move to a new premises complete Boother commented on this latest move and its impact on the company. ‘In recent years we have enjoyed a sustained period of growth, with increased sales in North America, the UK and the rest of the world. We continue to invest in the infrastructure of the business, with recent key appointments strengthening our marketing and technical support teams. As in the UK, the new offices in Lakeville provide us with a better working environment and the space for further expansion in the future.’

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