Quintiq's new EMEA headquarters

Tom Paine

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Quintiq, the rapidly growing supply chain planning and optimization software firm with co-headquarters in Radnor and The Netherlands, recently opened its new European headquarters in 's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands.

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Quintiq has some 700 employees in offices around the globe, but obviously has more in the country in which it was born than in Radnor, where it had about 70 as of earlier this year.

Quintiq had to choose a site that would allow for future growth, said Francois Eijgelshoven, vice president of EMEA at Quintiq in the video introducing its new facility below. With all twelves floors in the tower available to Quintiq, "we will be ok for a few years" , he says.

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