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Paragon marks another strong year of growth with global HQ relocation PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 14 January 2011

Paragon Software Systems has moved its international headquarters to new premises in Dorking, maintaining its nearly 20 year presence as an employer in the Surrey town. The move was necessary to house the expanding Paragon business that is supporting the company’s unprecedented new sales growth over the last two years. The new 6,000 sq ft office at Parsonage House also includes a dedicated training centre and a suite of meeting rooms.

“Paragon has experienced another strong performance this year and we have significantly expanded our client base in the UK and globally, especially in the US and Europe. In the current uncertain economic climate, transport and logistics businesses are facing spiralling operational costs, while customers continue to demand increased agility in supply chain management. Paragon software is the key to reducing these costs by up to 20 per cent through optimising their transport operations. We help our customers gain greater efficiencies from their fleet resources and therefore save costs,” said William Salter, Paragon’s Managing Director.

“In addition to working with our long-term customers – including CEVA, Dixons, DHL, Indesit, Morrisons, Royal Mail, Sainsbury’s, Silentnight and Tesco – in the drive for efficiencies, we have broken new ground with added functionality within our software products. As a result we are delighted with our move to larger and better offices for our dedicated team of development and support professionals who service our diverse customers.”

In 2010, Paragon announced a number of new installations including, AgReliant Genetics, Southeastern Food Merchandisers, Enviroco, Fergusons Transport, Linde, Martin-Brower, Roberts Bakery, R McDowell and WaverleyTBS.

Paragon has more than 25 years experience of developing, implementing and supporting computerised transport optimisation and execution systems. Over 400 companies across 31 countries rely on its advanced routing and scheduling technology to help them cut transport costs, improve productivity, reduce planning time and raise customer service levels.

 
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