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Scaffolding Software Giant Avontus Expands Into The UK

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Software corporation expands its global reach into the UK to meet the increasing demand for high quality scaffolding software.

Avontus is proud to announce that they are expanding their global reach and have opened a new office in Ely, UK. The new office is located near the tech hub of Cambridge and will employ sales, support, training, and implementation staff. The office has been started to meet the increasing demand for high quality scaffolding software tailored to the industrial and systems scaffolding markets.

“The UK is a natural extension to our presence in Australia and we are excited to be opening this office. Our support and development systems allow us to easily expand while still maintaining the high level of service that our customers enjoy,” says Brian Webb CEO and founder of Avontus Software.

Leading the team in this new location is Andrew Smith, recently relocated back to the UK from Canada where his extensive scaffolding career and love of technology are perfectly suited to the UK industrial scaffolding market.

“Software to manage industrial scaffolding has always been the strength of Avontus. Having used the full suite of software in a scaffolding setting myself, I’m very excited to be in a unique position to bring our design and management software back home,” says Andrew Smith.

Avontus has an existing base of customers in the UK and Europe, including some of the world’s largest equipment supply and manufacturing companies.

Avontus has been developing software specialized for scaffolding, formwork, and small tool management for over a decade. Avontus customers include owner-operated single-branch companies as well as major multinational firms, all of whom receive full support and ongoing software updates.

For more information and a free trial of their scaffolding software please contact Andrew Smith at Avontus on:

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