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Escape Technology launches

3 January 2013
Escape Technology launches

The line-up previously known as the Technology Team at Escape Studios have today announced the start of a new company called Escape Technology based on Wardour Street, Soho, London. Escape are a complete solutions provider selling everything required for end users, be it from a software licence all the way up to high-end clustered storage and compute solutions. Mark Cass (pictured), managing director at Escape Technology, said, “This fantastic new venture enables our highly knowledgeable team to focus on expanding existing relationships whilst leveraging our expertise and industry alliances to develop new opportunities. I’m delighted to say all the existing Technology staff will be transferring to Escape Technology, joined by some new faces to enhance our capability.” Commenting on the announcement, Chris Ford, the RenderMan business director at Pixar Animation Studios, said, “We have a long standing and successful relationship with Mark Cass and his team and we extend our congratulations on the launch of Escape Technology with its dedicated focus on the customers that we serve.”  “Our relocation to the heart of the CG industry in Soho strengthens our reach, with both existing and new clients. As a company that has a genuine understanding and appreciation of the demands of leading studios and production facilities Escape Technology is able to provide localised consultancy and support,” said Richard McGuinness, director of business development at Escape Technology. Escape Studios will now concentrate fully on the continued growth of its classroom and online academies and recruitment services. Dom Davenport CEO and founder of Escape Studios said, “I am very proud of Escape Technology’s achievements over the last seven years; they have grown from nothing to become the UK’s leading reseller for media and entertainment in just under seven years. This move will provide the focus and resources to fulfil Escape Technology’s full potential."

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