Publishing Technology Opens French Office

Publishing Technology has opened a Paris office which will provide on the ground support to the French market. Publishing Technology, which services eight out of ten of the world's largest publishers, already has offices in the UK (Oxford and Bath), the USA (Cambridge, MA, and Somerset, NJ), Brazil (São Paulo) and Australia (Sydney), and opens an office in India (New Delhi) in March.

The new Paris office will help consolidate Publishing Technology's activities in France, and form a local sales and support structure for the wide mix of products and services the group provides.

The company's activities in France will be initially be supervised by French-speaking Publishing Technology executives George Lossius and Emilie Delquié (a Vice President in the PCG division). Sales support will be provided by John Parsons and applications consulting by Lionel Clément, both French-speaking members of Publishing Technology's existing staff.

The new Paris office is situated in the heart of the Montparnasse area at 140 bis, rue de Rennes, Paris, 75006, France.

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