The office automation firm Futura has revealed its plans to phase out its Office Automation Services business by 2021.
Key points:Futura is looking to focus on its office automation business to remain viable for the futureWhile the company has plans to shift its focus to the healthcare industry, the company said the focus is on the business of office automation rather than the healthcare sectorFutural Networks, which was acquired by the company in November, will continue to be a leading provider of office mobility servicesThe firm said it was looking to shift focus to its office Automation services business and not its healthcare services.
Futurazioni, which provides office automation services to companies from a number of countries including Germany, the US, Canada, France and Japan, said in a statement that it was “extremely excited to have this opportunity to partner with the new owners of the company”.
“Our focus is solely on the healthcare and healthcare services business, and not the office automation.
We are committed to ensuring that this business continues to provide our clients with the best service and is able to continue to deliver our innovative products,” it said.FUTURAZIONI said it would be focusing on the office Automations business as the company had plans to expand its business to other sectors.”
Our customers are interested in this and we will continue with this initiative.
We look forward to working with them to continue the development of their IT products,” the firm said.
The company said it had plans for the new company to be more focussed on its healthcare and office Automated Solutions businesses.
“As we have already announced, we will be focused on the Office Automated Services business,” the statement said.
“We believe this will help us to continue expanding our services and continue to provide them with the most relevant and cost effective solutions for our clients.”
The new owners are committed towards developing and expanding the healthcare business.
We will continue the support of our healthcare customers.
“Futurus office automation will continue operating at the same level and will be operated by its existing staff.
The firm has a turnover of €2.3 million, which is equivalent to approximately 2% of its total sales.FIFA said in December it was considering whether to sell its business, but the news did not come as a surprise to the FFP body.
It said it will examine the decision in a “careful and balanced manner”.”
In the case of Futurazione, the FFI is considering the company’s future, and its business structure and future prospects,” FIFA said in an update to its financial statements.”
This is a complex issue which is not easily understood in the current environment.
It would be inappropriate to comment further at this time.
“The company has already closed a deal to acquire Future Networks for €2 billion.
Fetura’s Office Automations and Healthcare services businesses are operated by FNB in the US and the UK.
It is the second firm in a short space of time to announce it would cease to operate its office and healthcare business in Australia.
Earlier this year, Future Networks announced it would not continue to operate as an FNB customer in Australia, after it acquired its existing clients.FNB had been looking to close the business by 2022 but was forced to shelve plans because of the global financial crisis.
In March, Futura’s Future Networks and Futurado Networks divisions said they would close.