Sony's Bristol-based tools firm more than doubles space to fuel expansion

SN Systems moves into new offices

SN Systems has moved to a new office in Bristol as part of its expansion plans.

The tools company, which is owned by Sony, will use the new 1200 square-metre offices to house R&D staff for its ProDG suite as well as tech support, developer relations and administrative staff.

“Although we now have two satellite offices in both San Jose and Dublin, the Bristol office is still very much the main hub of the company and where the bulk of the teams will be located," said Andy Beveridge, director of SN Systems.

"The move to larger offices has been essential and timed for our next big recruitment drive. As well as R&D, it’s just as imperative that we continue to effectively support all the PlayStation platforms and for that we need to ensure we can accommodate our continuing growth.”

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