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UK market deemed an attractive choice

The UK market has been deemed a strategically promising one for Danish software company, One Q.

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Danish software firm, One Q, is due to open its first UK-based office

Following the successful appointment of two team members to cover the UK market, the company has now decided to open a UK-based office.

This move comes as part of a wider expansion strategy for the firm which says the coverage of the UK market by Nick Taylor and Vipul Parmar has resulted in positive progression in just two months.

“Our expansion strategy states that we will open offices in strategically important markets,” explains Martin Engdal, chief executive officer of One Q.

...naturally the next step in accordance with our overall strategy is that we are now opening the UK-based office in order for us to be closer to our partners and end-users

“The UK market definitely falls into that category and with the progression that we’ve already seen, naturally the next step in accordance with our overall strategy is that we are now opening the UK-based office in order for us to be closer to our partners and end-users.”

It is One Q’s cost-saving One Driver solution that Nick Taylor, UK channel account manager of the firm attributes the business’ recent UK success to. Taylor says: “One Q is the only vendor in the market who offers a true One Driver technology and it is important to recognise that it goes above and beyond universal drivers.”

Available on Mac and Linux, users of One Driver can print document formats accurately by using advanced finisher options such as booklet, stapling or tray selection depending on each printers’ needs.

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