Worldwide Leader in Information Governance and Data Migration Continues Global Growth Trajectory into Swiss Marketplace
ZUG, Switzerland – October 14, 2014
Continuing its strong global growth trajectory to meet market demand, BackOffice Associates, the worldwide leader in information governance and data migration solutions, today announced the launch of a new European business based in Zug, Switzerland. The Swiss office will be led by Paul Glutz (Managing Director) and Herbert Sterchi (Relationship Manager) and offers enterprises a strong, experienced team with unrivaled regional access to top-quality information governance solutions and best practice expertise.
“As business and IT strategies continue to evolve, the volume, velocity and variety of enterprise information continues to expand while accuracy often remains a rampant problem,” said Rex Ahlstrom, chief strategy officer, BackOffice Associates. “As the new destination for information governance, dspCloud helps mitigate this issue by giving data contributors unprecedented access to a rich knowledgebase of content specifically geared to the demands of information governance programs and designed to de-risk and accelerate information governance projects.”
“Based on our vision and existing customer relationships, this investment in Switzerland is logical and timely. With such a high density of multinational companies, our services and products are very attractive to the market as our proven approach can significantly reduce the costs, risks and time frames usually associated with data projects,” said Clive Bellmore, CEO, Europe & Africa, BackOffice Associates.
David Booth, president and CEO of BackOffice Associates, added, “We have achieved a 31 percent increase in customer contracts globally year to date. Following the acquisition of ENTOTA in December 2013, BackOffice Europe has gone from strength to strength. After announcing a number of new global offices earlier this year, this latest Swiss entity positions us for continued growth and serves as a springboard to continue meeting market demand throughout Central Europe and beyond.”