Transalis

October 7th 2016

How a specialist in retail software which touches the daily lives of all of us has expanded its footprint here at Portsmouth Technopole.

Transalis, which helps companies trade electronically without the need for costly paper documentation, underpins billions of pounds of stock orders every year, from the clothes we wear to the food we eat. With growing demand for its services, the privately-owned firm has signed up to further space at Portsmouth Technopole, thanking the team here for aiding their continued success.

It is the latest on-site expansion for the digital ordering leader, which has 27 staff on site and relocated to our 20,000 sq. ft. premises from London as it grows customers internationally and in Great Britain.

“We are so pleased to be at Portsmouth Technopole because the friendly team at Oxford Innovation take care of all our office-related needs, allowing us to focus on what we do best.”

Adam Swanson, Sales Director at Transalis

 

As the company continues to grow here with us, there are more than 10,000 users of Transalis’ global digital platform, including in retail, manufacturing, distribution, logistics, fast-moving consumer goods and health and beauty. Clients include AS Watson, which is the largest international health and beauty retailer in Asia and Europe, international café chain Pret a Manger, Universal Music, the world’s leading music company with labels such as The Voice in the USA and EMI, and The Hut Group, a global online retailer in health and beauty.

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