An Aberdeen based technical training, change management and consultancy specialist is gearing up to take part in the first Plant and Asset Management exhibition in Birmingham later this month.
imorph will be one of only three Scottish companies taking part in the exhibition which will take place from April 17-19 at the NEC in Birmingham. As well as exhibiting, imorph also form part of the events technical seminar programme which is running throughout the three day show.
imorph, which plans to open an office in the Birmingham area later in the year, is confident that exhibiting at the event will provide the opportunity to generate new contacts and potential clients in the competitive manufacturing industry.
The event will also allow imorph, which prides itself in its unique approach to technical training, to create an awareness of its brand and the full extent of training, consultancy and change programmes they can deliver.
Caroline Hughes, strategic director at imorph, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for imorph and we are delighted to be part of the first ever Plant and Asset Management exhibition.
“We are keen to establish a presence in England to support demand for our services in the area, particularly within the manufacturing industry.
“The exhibition promotes excellence in the maintenance arena whilst informing professionals of the latest innovations and strategies in the industry and it is great that imorph will be in attendance.”
imorph have built a reputation for delivering programmes that get to the heart of IT led business change. By encompassing comprehensive change management, technical consultancy and training expertise, they provide a fully managed approach to support local and global Work Management System (WMS) rollouts.
For further information about imorph please visit www.imorph.co.uk or call 01224 879 999.
Issued by Mackenzie PR on behalf of imorph. For further information contact Laura McCombie or Ashley Ross on 01224 581 700 or email email@example.com