There have been many exciting developments for us during last year. A big boost was a 2 million euro investment, a brand redesign, an educational IoT series on YouTube, and lots more. But the main feeling we got from the previous year, is that we have grown and matured immensely. Of course, this is good news both for our clients, and us. This is most obvious when we take a look at how many new people joined the company.

Our office at the GATE Centre became too small, and so we found a new home in Pisa ( home of the Torre Pendente di Pisa) – to accommodate our needs and to prepare for the future. We anticipate there will be more growth in the coming years. As you’ll see from the images, our new offices are well suited to support all our business and personal needs.

What is it like in the new office?

One important thing that everyone has missed during 2020 is social interaction. Sadly, we are not really able to socialize at the office like before, but the new, larger office space allows us to accommodate more people on a daily basis. On a brighter note, more people get a chance to work from the office and see their team members. You know well how your working day brightens up once you’ve had a chat by the coffee machine with your officemates.

The other benefit of this move is the sense of newness you get every time you go to work. It’s the same kind of feeling as when you change apartments – everything is different and exciting.

Also, it’s great that we can see the leaning tower from the kitchen window. Lunch is definitely better with an inspiring view like that.

new Zerynth office

Future plans

As you might have guessed, we have lots of new, exciting things to share in the near future. Stay tuned. The industrial IoT market is constantly changing, and thanks to our experienced team, we are always at the forefront of innovation.

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About the Author: Lana Vukovic

Lana Vukovic
Lana is a Classics graduate who got bored of ancient Greek and Roman texts and got into new technology instead.

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