Autoware opens a new office in Milan area

Autoware will open on Thursday, December 11, 2014, with the annual event “Autoware Conference 2014”, the new Lombard office in Gallarate.

A fundamental goal in the process of gradual growth pursued ever since Autoware foundation. It was May 16, 1996, and the aspiration of the founders was already to be able to offer production management solutions to their clients, ensuring reliability of the service and latest technology. From that moment Autoware has always been at the forefront in offering automation solutions and among the first Italian system integrators to offer MES solutions (Manufacturing Execution System). In the following years the attention of Autoware about training and technology trends has enabled it to grow steadily, until being confirmed among the main Italian System Integrators to offer solutions for production management.

Today, almost 20 years later, Autoware can say to have reached the desired level of service and presence in the area, thanks to the new office in Gallarate, in the best position to manage the now large northwest customer base.

The office, 600sqm of office space, equipped with all amenities including an auditorium for internal training events and conventions planned for the coming months, uses modern technologies and materials. Meeting rooms and workstations in open space are designed to allow maximum productivity to work teams.

“In a scene of fragile recovery, but still deeply marked by obvious scars, Autoware wants to give a sign of pride and optimism. Service excellence, technical innovation and team spirit have allowed us to expand our market share and our presence in the area even in a not easy external situation” says Luigi De Bernardini, Autoware CEO.

“The new office will allow us, among other things, to provide our customers and other interested people with constant training opportunities on excellence in production, so that the expertise collected by Autoware in the almost 20 years of activity can be shared with all the industrial network “.


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