KE Software relocates to new Manchester offices
Australian software company moves in to Barclay House
Article posted: 31 May 2011
A privately owned Australian software company has taken up new office space in Manchester with the relocation of its UK office to Barclay House, 35 Whitworth Street West.
KE Software, the world’s leading provider of Collections Management systems and services, has taken a six-year lease on 1,100 sq ft of office space at the well located building in Manchester city centre.
Barclay House has recently undergone a comprehensive refurbishment programme to provide a prestigious reception foyer and modern common areas. It provides suites ranging from 200 sq ft up to 3,000 sq ft.
KE has extensive commercial experience in Australia, North America, Europe and Asia and focuses exclusively on two markets: providing Collections Management systems and services for natural history museums, cultural history museums, art museums, herbaria, botanic gardens, archives and special collections, including some of the largest museums in the world such as the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History, DC, USA and The Natural History Museum, London. It also boasts extensive expertise in the provision of management systems and related services to Vital Statistics Agencies.
KE Software was advised by CRC North, CHG, CBRE and Edwards & Co represented Barclay House Securities.
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