Anaconda Software Company to close its UK manufacturing centre
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Anacondas Software Group will close its US manufacturing and sales centre in Oxfordshire, after a long period of decline.
The closure is expected to be completed in early 2018.
The company said it would invest in the future and it would not close its Oxfordshire manufacturing facility.
Anaconds founder Mike Evers was an executive at Microsoft and was appointed chief executive of the company in 2017.
The Oxfordshire plant has about 1,400 people and employs around 3,000.
AnAConda is one of the biggest software developers in the world.
The software company said in a statement: We have a strong track record of producing the very best products for our customers, and we have no plans to change that.
The announcement comes as the UK prepares to leave the European Union.
The UK will leave the EU in March 2019.
AnAcondas is a company with roots in the UK software market.
It was founded in 1998 and has developed software to manage the medical devices and medical equipment market in the United States.
An Aconda product that was recently revealed to be the subject of an antitrust investigation was the new Windows 10 mobile operating system.
An AConda spokesperson said: We will be closing this facility and our Oxfordshire operation in the coming months to invest in our business.
Posted by BBC Sport on Monday, 20 December 2017 18:20:33
Anacondas Software Group will close its US manufacturing and sales centre in Oxfordshire, after a long period of decline.The closure…
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