Underground 8 makes move into UK

Underground 8 is to set up a UK office.

 

The company will establish the base as the first to be outside of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. It will service and support the UK, Republic of Ireland, France, Benelux, Israel, Spain, Portugal and the Nordic countries (including the Faroe Islands).

 

Managed by David Griffiths, the set up will allow a move into the UK market for the company. He claimed that a problem for some small companies is a lack of knowledge on IT, what needs a company has and how things can work to their best ability.

 

Griffiths said: “We are getting started up with me as MD and we are using the same expertise and trying to add the same old customers. We have held back because we wanted to bring out new versions of our products but as it was called ‘LIMES' and our corporate colour is orange we had a few problems! However we have now entered the market but not raised the price.”

 

The company will also introduce a training programme, which Griffiths explained would only be part time due to the likely time constraints of its customers. He said: “A training programme will only take half a day, we are going to create segments of training on the website – the purpose of the internet is to share information, we will also put information on the legal requirements and help the end user because we are all being killed by legislation and we will have a knowledge base to make it digestible.”

 

The company will establish the base as the first to be outside of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. It will service and support the UK, RoI, France, Benelux, Israel, Spain, Portugal and the Nordic countries (including the Faroe Islands).

 

Managed by David Griffiths, the set up will allow a move into the UK market for the company. He claimed that a problem for some small companies is a lack of knowledge on IT, what needs a company has and how things can work to their best ability.

 

Griffiths said: “We are getting started up with me as MD and we are using the same expertise and trying to add the same old customers. We have held back because we wanted to bring out new versions of our products but as it was called ‘LIMES' and our corporate colour is orange we had a few problems! However we have now entered the market but not raised the price.”

 

The company will also introduce a training programme, which Griffiths explained would only be part time due to the likely time constraints of its customers. He said: “A training programme will only take half a day, we are going to create segments of training on the website – the purpose of the internet is to share information, we will also put information on the legal requirements and help the end user because we are all being killed by legislation and we will have a knowledge base to make it digestible.”

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