Altus on building an office fit for the post-pandemic work world

Software provider and consultancy speaks on its new Bath headquarters

Hope William-Smith
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An office that truly considers workers needs and enables a hybrid pattern of work is vital for embracing the new work world post-Covid, Altus says.

The financial services software provider and consultancy has today (7 November) opened a new headquarters in its home city of Bath. "We set out to create a modern, collaborative and inclusive working environment to inspire our team to deliver the best outcomes for our clients," said director Martyn Evans. The 160 employee strong firm is part of Equisoft Group and has been based in Bath since it was opened in 2005. Software products director Nick Meredith said: "Bringing the team back together in an inspiring workplace that felt like a home from home and truly considered their needs...

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