Smart IT opens Candadian operational hub in Vancouver
Smart IT opens a new office in Vancouver, its first, on -the- ground, international operation.
Smart IT, one of Europe’s leading independent Odoo enterprise resource planning (ERP) consulting firms, announced today that it has opened a new office in Vancouver, its first, on -the- ground, international operation. The firm, which provides business software consultancy, professional and implementation services for public and private sector organisations, opened the office as a direct response to increased client demand in the region.
The consulting firm has seen steady growth over the years, and currently has a team of around 20 consultants and project managers. Jacqueline Bullen, who has been a consultant with Smart IT since the beginning, has been tasked with leading the firm’s Canadian endeavours.
"Opening a new office in Vancouver is a strategic step for Smart IT. Our client base currently includes organisations in various market regions along the West Coast,” says Jacqueline Bullen, General Manager, Canada.
“As demand for the robust Odoo ERP platform increases, we will continue to expand our presence across Canada. The launch of a Vancouver office is the first step in our aggressive business plan for the region.”
Rodrigo Torres, Head of Channel Sales, Odoo North Americas comments: “The Odoo operations in Canada and the rest of the North American market enthusiastically welcome Smart IT to Vancouver. As a Gold Partner in the United Kingdom, Smart IT has demonstrated a superior level of quality of service and continues to provide custom business solutions to a wide range of industries. We look forward to continuing our collaborative efforts in delivering enterprise class solutions to the SMB market in North America, driven by the expertise of the Smart IT team.”
Jacqueline, Smart IT continues: “By combining the Odoo platform with Smart IT’s innovative custom applications we have the potential to make a significant impact for small and medium sized businesses operating along the West Coast and across the whole of Canada in the future.”