New Canadian Office Helps Worldwide Information Governance and Data Modernization Leader Deliver Increased Global Services Capabilities
Moncton, New Brunswick and South Harwich, MA – June 23, 2015
Expanding its role as the worldwide leader in information governance and data modernization solutions, BackOffice Associates announced today the opening of a new Global Delivery Center (GDC) in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. The announcement was made at an event hosted by the Government of New Brunswick’s Executive Council Office at the Delta Beauséjour Hotel in Moncton.
Similar to BackOffice Associates’ Norwalk, Ohio and India-based GDCs, the New Brunswick GDC will offer the full capabilities of BackOffice’s onsite data modernization experts and provide remote qualified resources across the globe. By integrating onsite consultants with remote support, the GDC is designed to improve collaboration and decrease cost and development time for customers’ multi-year data quality projects.
“Continuing the success of our Global Delivery Centers helping customers achieve on-going data quality excellence, we are pleased to expand into the thriving New Brunswick region,” said David Booth, president and CEO, BackOffice Associates. “Canada is a key country for BackOffice as we have many top Canadian companies as our customers and we thank the Honourable Brian Gallant, Premier of New Brunswick, for his continued support.”
The New Brunswick GDC reflects BackOffice Associates’ increased commitment and presence in Canada, which also includes:
- Acquiring Canadian-based Headwall Software in 2012;
- Further developing its existing office in Ottawa; and
- Signing the Canadian SAP Partner Edge Value Added Reseller Agreement.
To support further growth initiatives, BackOffice Associates has been working with Opportunities NB, a New Brunswick organization focused on helping companies locate and expand in the region. The organization supports business development inside New Brunswick including business support services for small and medium-sized, as well as large companies, across the province.
“We are pleased to see BackOffice Associates expand operations into New Brunswick, bringing new jobs and economic growth to our province,” said Premier Gallant.