Scottish software firm recreates iconic Glasgow pub at Texas trade fair
SHE Software, a Glasgow-based health and safety software provider, has taken a little bit of Scotland to Texas in the shape of its favourite Glasgow pub – The Pot Still.
SHE Software has recreated the renowned pub at its stand at this year’s ASSP Safety 2018 event in San Antonio, Texas.
Keen to give conference delegates the chance to experience life at one of Glasgow’s best-loved whisky pubs, SHE Software will be offering attendees a dram from some of Scotland’s most iconic malts and a slice of Scottish shortbread.
Home to more than 700 whiskies from all four corners of the world, the Pot Still’s impressive whisky collection forms the backdrop to the stand. For added authenticity, SHE Software has borrowed various features from the pub – including its door mat to welcome people – creating its very own slice of Glasgow in the heart of America’s flagship health and safety conference.
Chris Beaumont, VP Marketing at SHE Software, said: “When planning for this conference, we knew we wanted to do something bold to catch peoples’ attention and encourage them to come and find out more. We were keen to give a nod to our Scottish roots, and what better way to do this than to recreate one of Glasgow’s legendary pubs famous for its extraordinary whisky collection?”
In May 2018, SHE Software announced its launch in North America after opening its first US office in downtown Chicago, with several high profile hires joining its stateside team of health and safety experts.
Chris continued: “Having recently announced our expansion to the US last month, this conference has provided us with an ideal opportunity to build on our reputation in the States, by meeting with some of the best and brightest minds in the country’s health and safety sector.”
SHE Software will be using the conference to showcase its core product, Assure, a highly configurable health and safety software solution designed to reduce risk for organisations by making health and safety real-time and predictive.
Assure provides organisations worldwide with an easy and simple way of tracking, managing and reporting on health, safety and compliance. It is used by more than half a million people across 850 enterprise level companies worldwide and has a customer retention rate of 95 per cent.
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