AutoLogic Systems is celebrating a successful year with improved office space and new team members.
As well as expanding into additional office space, the head office in Oxfordshire has also undergone improvements with new larger meeting facilities and a dedicated virtual reality demonstration area.
The team has also grown, particularly in the consulting and support team with several new recruits. These are: Nicholas Barker who joined us from Brunel University with a BSc (Hons) degree in Mathematics; Kieran Coyle who studied at Nottingham University and gained an MSci. (Hons) in Physics with Theoretical Astrophysics; William Chalstrey who graduated in 2018 with a BSc (Hons) in Games Technology from Bournemouth University; and finally Andrew Findlay who studied at Falmouth University before graduating in Computing for Games and worked as a software developer before joining AutoLogic Systems.
Graham Carter of AutoLogic Systems says: “It’s been a busy year and we’re delighted to welcome the new employees to our highly skilled team. The office is space is much improved, customer feedback has been excellent and we’re very excited about 2020.”