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Voxware Relocates UK Offices To London

Voxware, the largest independent voice application company, today announced it has relocated its UK office from Reading to London (One Kingdom Street, London W2 6BD). The new location allows Voxware to more easily connect with customers and address the increasing demand for cloud-based voice solutions. The office is ideally situated in close proximity to Paddington Station with immediate access to all major train routes, enabling Voxware to support the growth of its team.

Throughout the UK, online commerce continues to grow rapidly, and customer expectations for speedy, accurate delivery of their online purchases are rising in parallel. This has caused companies to modernize their warehouses with scalable, flexible cloud voice solutions that enable them to improve productivity without having to invest in costly IT infrastructure. Global demand for Voxware’s Cloud Voice Management Suite (VMS) has skyrocketed over the past year which led the company to improve their customer support network, including relocating its UK office to the heart of London.

“Cloud-based voice provides companies with greater capabilities to address the changing needs of the supply chain and we will continue to look for the best ways to serve both our customers and our partners,” said Keith Phillips, President and CEO, Voxware. “We have always taken great pride in not only the product but the service that we provide to our customers. We are their ally in a tremendously competitive marketplace and our new location gives our customers in the UK greater flexibility, accessibility, and convenience so that we may provide the service that they expect.”

About Voxware

Voxware helps organizations with teams who are on the move to more effectively receive, act on, and communicate information critical to their work. Our hands-free voice solutions enable employees to safely and accurately speed through tasks, thereby boosting operational productivity and improving customer experiences. What’s more, Voxware easily adapts to changes in technology and processes, enabling organizations to quickly address shifting demands without disruptions to the operation. Our innovative approach to voice communication has proven to help our customers increase profitability by cutting costs and enhancing brand loyalty. For more information, please visit www.voxware.com.

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