ATHENSA to open Technology Labs in multiple destinations

ATHENSA to open Technology Labs in multiple destinations

Working in sync with the R&D centers in Sofia, Bulgaria, and Tijuana, Mexico, the ATHENSA labs will bring more comfort to local businesses as well as better customer support. In addition, both R&D centers will also function as such technology facilities.

 

“Managed by ATHENSA LLC, USA, the laboratories will be an integral part of the way we do business”, says Kremena Lefterova, Business Development Manager, ATHENSA. “We put a lot of effort into creating new Technology and Business partnerships all over the world, and we believe that the next logical step in strengthening those relations, is being geographically closer to our partners. This will not only allow faster communication and support in several languages, but our Business partners will also be able to get better training, after-sales support, marketing and tradeshows assistance, and so much more.”

 

“The benefits for our Business partners are obvious”, comments Viktor Damyanov, R&D Manager, ATHENSA. “They will be able to have hands-on experience with some of the most recent and powerful hardware configurations. In addition, they will be able to test the latest software releases, ask questions face-to-face and, of course, always get FREE support for all ATHENSA products.”

 


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