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Silicon Software establishes USA branch office

Silicon Software has launched a new USA branch office in Nashua, New Hampshire, with Niall Worn as president.

'A presence close to our customers is very important,' said Dr Klaus-Henning Noffz, managing director of the company. 'This allows us to realise development services and customer projects faster and on a more personal level.'

Silicon Software celebrated its 15th anniversary last year. It says the expansion of direct sales in the United States reflects the strong demand in its OEM and licensing business.

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