Prism Sound Completes Acquisition of Sadie Offices


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Cambridge, UK - Aug 5, 2008 - Following its acquisition of the Sadie brand, Prism Sound has completed its purchase of Sadie's former headquarters, where it is now consolidating its entire operation.

Prism Sound has moved into this old school house, the facility where Sadie has resided for a number of years.

Prism Sound has moved into this old school house, the facility where Sadie has resided for a number of years.

Based in the Cambridgeshire village of Stretham, the Old School House began life as a Victorian village school, but in recent years it has been transformed into an award-winning building, specifically designed to meet the needs of a modern high-tech organization while retaining much of its original character.

The Old School House has a fully equipped demo facility where customers can test Prism Sound and Sadie products. It also houses offices and R&D facilities for both brands.

When Prism Sound acquired Sadie, the company also began negotiations to buy the Old School House. Prism Sound will close its Cowley Road offices within the next few months. All the staff have moved to Stretham and can be contacted there.

The Sadie phone number now works for Prism Sound as well: +44 1353 648888.




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