OrderWise Moved Into Their 14,000 sq. ft. Extension

OrderWise have moved into their 14,000 sq. ft. extension. The staff of the company have picked the colour scheme in the new office and have rearranged the desks in the new space located just outside Saxilby. The extension work started in June and has given OrderWise nearly doubled their floor space of their premises. The office is situated in Newton Court, and staff that are part of the business intelligence and software specialists have moved back in to the premises.

The £1.3 million building has been completed and has welcomed the sales, marketing, client services and reports teams from OrderWise. The extension was carried out by Kuno Jackson Building Limited and has occurred after the business intelligence company has had a bust period for recruitment. The number of employees in the company has expanded from 80 in 2015 to over 165 currently. Due to this rapid expansion OrderWise needed more space to accommodate the staff, and have moved into the new building that links to the rest of the office. The land that is located opposite the businesses premises has also been purchased with a view to develop a car park for their expanding workforce.  The intelligence and software company also have a larger mock warehouse as part of the extension which acts as a simulation area that has been designed to train new staff and improve the existing software. This warehouse also has the possibility of being used to show potential clients how OrderWise’s products work in real time and practical situations. Therefore, the extra space will be beneficial to the growing company and could lead to future expansion.

The new extension was built to accommodate the growth in staff but also to create more comfortable and productive working conditions for the workforce at OrderWise. These new and bright offices will be followed by a new staff canteen that will be added to the building later this year.

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OrderWise Moved Into Their 14,000 sq. ft. Extension
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