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E-Tabs Branches Into APAC PDF Print E-mail
Written by E-Tabs   
19 Feb 2010
E-Tabs, the experts in report automation will be launching their New Zealand office in June this year.

Expanding into the Asia Pacific region will allow E-Tabs to meet increasing industry demands for report automation and to better serve existing clients, by providing them with 24 hour support and service.

Commenting on the expansion, Darren Horne, Associate Director at E-Tabs who will be moving to Auckland and heading up the New Zealand office said “opening our first APAC office is of huge significance, allowing us to fully service and support clients in APAC within a time zone that is suitable and convenient to them.  With three international offices we really are capable of achieving full around the clock service wherever our clients may be located!”

Benjamin Rietti, CEO of E-Tabs added
“We currently service clients across the globe, and have a growing number of users in the Pacific Rim area.  This strategic move reinforces our commitment to providing all our clients with outstanding support and service. Our Asia-Pacific office will be built to mirror our existing London and Chicago branches, with its own sales, support and training teams.  Additionally, spreading our Bureau Service team to Auckland will effectively enable us to offer an ‘overnight delivery’ for servicing urgent client projects.”

About E-Tabs:  
E-Tabs are the world experts in report automation, endorsed by top market research suppliers and end users globally.

Our award winning software range enables research organizations to deliver greater efficiencies, time and cost savings by automating the reporting process, preparing charts and presentations directly from existing data sources.

For more information visit www.e-tabs.com

3rd February  2010

 
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