Press Release

Amtech Software, Futura expand box and packaging client services with new technology center in Pennsylvania

Mon, Jan 14, 2013

FORT WASHINGTON, PA, Jan. 14, 2013 (Press Release) -Coming off of their best year in 31 years, Amtech and Futura have experienced growth of a different kind. They announced the opening of a new state-of-the-art Technology Center in Horsham, PA with a ribbon cutting ceremony that included invited guest, former Governor, Ed Rendell. The new facility is now home to all of Amtech and Futura's technology operations and is located just a short distance away from their corporate headquarters in Fort Washington, PA. The Technology Center marks the latest expansion for Amtech and Futura and provides enhanced workflow capabilities for its growing roster of packaging industry clients.

Amtech's President, Cosmo DeNicola proudly shares about the new expansions; "With the success of our new MobileForce products we needed to make room for the expanding product line and support services. Our mission is to create a sustainable competitive advantage for our clients while operating efficiently, hiring and educating the right people, and leveraging state of the art facilities and toolsets." He added, "This new Technology Center will allow us to accomplish these goals while enabling us to scale as our company continues to grow."

In addition to the new Technology center, Amtech and Futura made some expansions at their corporate headquarters, adding more office space, as well as a new Customer Lounge. "This lounge creates an inviting location where we can interact with our guests in a comfortable environment while displaying many of our achievements," says Cosmo.

Amtech Software is the box industry's leading supplier of software solutions. Amtech Software has been installed in over 800 box plants of all shapes and sizes. Over 30,000 box plant employees use Amtech Software every day.

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