Veson Nautical Moves to New Corporate Headquarters

Tuesday, November 28, 2006
Veson Nautical, the US-based maritime software developer that delivers outstanding chartering, operations and accounting solutions for cargo transportation, is pleased to announce its move today to new corporate headquarters located at 162 Columbus Avenue in Boston, Massachusetts. Veson also announced today the addition of Jamie Sheldon, Director of Product Management, to Veson’s growing staff located at the new Boston headquarters. The facility, custom designed by Roy Leone who specializes in creating optimal environments for technology developers, will provide Veson’s staff with a work environment that encourages open communication and allows for continued expansion. “Our new headquarters is a great reflection of our corporate culture,” remarked John Veson, President of Veson Nautical. “It is designed to stimulate collaboration and heighten interaction among our employees. With the addition of technology professional Jamie Sheldon and others we plan to hire in the coming months, we needed to move to a much larger space to accommodate our growth. We look forward to serving our clients from our new space.” Jamie Sheldon, Veson’s newest staff member, is a veteran within the enterprise software space, and is well versed in the technological and marketing aspects of product development.
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