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XSP Moves Corporate Headquarters to Larger Premises

Corporate actions software vendor XSP has moved its corporate headquarters to larger premises in Birmingham, Alabama. According to the vendor, the move is designed to accommodate future growth and bolster client service activities.

The vendor says it selected Birmingham because of its position as a banking centre and its local community of technology professionals.

XSP’s new address is 10 Inverness Centre Parkway, Suite 600, Birmingham, Alabama 35242. The phone numbers, fax number and email addresses remain the same.

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