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Technology company moves from Bicester Innovation Centre

Centre manager Sam Vaughan with Charlie Boffin, chief executive of Bis-Web and members of his staff who are graduating from Bicester Innovation Centre to bigger offices after ten years
Picture: Ric Mellis 
23/10/13 Bicester
catchline: BIC Bis-Web
Requested: Kelly Lea

Centre manager Sam Vaughan with Charlie Boffin, chief executive of Bis-Web and members of his staff who are graduating from Bicester Innovation Centre to bigger offices after ten years Picture: Ric Mellis 23/10/13 Bicester catchline: BIC Bis-Web Requested: Kelly Lea

A specialist technology company is preparing to say goodbye to the Bicester Innovation Centre after 10 years.

Bis-Web is moving to its own offices on Granville Way this month.

The company, which develops web-based software for business continuity and recruitment applications, counts among its clients Royal Bank of Scotland, T Systems, Specsavers, Man Group and the Scottish Government.

Bis-Web moved to the centre in 2003 with 10 employees but now has 20, which has required the company to move three times within the centre before buy ing Astral House in Bicester.

Felicity Hopkins, head of operations, at Bis-Web said: “Unfortunately we have now outgrown the centre but we are all looking forward to the beginning of a new and exciting chapter which will see us employ a growing number of staff over the next few years to support our fast business growth.”

Bis-Web also has an office in Sri Lanka and has recently won a string of industry awards for its software product ClearView.

For more information about Bicester Innovation Centre, visit www.bicester-ic.co.uk

 

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