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Maptek North America moves to Colorado

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World Coal,


Maptek, a mining technology develop, has moved its North American operation to Golden, Colorado, after more than 15 years in neighbouring Lakewood.

According to North American General Manager Rob Hardman, the new Golden facility is a significant upgrade, featuring new and upgraded servers, networks, work areas and training rooms, and will allow Maptek to build upon its strong commitment to customer service.

“This move is part of Maptek’s investment in the future. We have designated resources to upgrade our ability to serve our clients and develop new solutions that provide tangible value,” Hardman said. “We had nearly 100 staff split across 3 non-consecutive floors at Lakewood, so we’re looking forward to a more efficient and effective working space’, commented Hardman.”

“Partnerships with loyal and new customers drive the success of our business,” he concluded. “We look forward to improving this even further from our new and upgraded facility.”

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/mining/12102016/maptek-north-america-moves-to-colorado/

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