|By PR Newswire||
|October 19, 2016 08:00 AM EDT|
OAKVILLE, ON, Oct. 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ - Indellient Inc., a software development and IT professional services firm serving the critical technology objectives of today's Fortune 100 companies, announces its relocation of the Canadian office to accommodate its growing professional services team.
The new office space, located at 2630 Bristol Circle in Oakville, ON., more than doubles the company's current capacity. The space was selected to help accommodate the recent growth in hires and to provide a greater number of work areas to encourage the startup-like culture the company values. Indellient prides itself in a work culture that promotes flexibility, openness and collaboration in a relaxed atmosphere. The work environment that Indellient has fostered is something all employees enjoy and seek in today's world.
"The move to a more spacious and employee friendly facility is a testament to the hard-work, growth and upcoming opportunities that lie ahead for Indellient. With continued growth, we look forward to the next phase of our company," says Adam Caromicoli, Managing Partner. "Our relatively flat organization supports an atmosphere that is agile, authentic and collaborative. As we move to the next location, we will work hard to maintain the culture that we have fostered in our first 12 years of operation."
Indellient has recently hired business analysts, data analysts, project managers and developers to support a multitude of software consulting projects. These projects cover risk analysis, customer support, corporate certification programs, analytics, and Indellient's flagship software product, Blue Relay, which is a suite of workflow & document management tools.
Visit Indellient's career page to explore new opportunities: http://www.indellient.com/careers/
For more information about the new Oakville location, visit http://www.indellient.com/contact-us/.
Indellient is a software development and IT professional services firm that is working to meet the critical technology objectives of today's Fortune 100 companies. Using cutting edge technology and industry best practices, we drive their businesses forward and provide efficient solutions to complex challenges. We are part of today's fastest-growing areas in the IT industry: data analytics, digital content delivery, secure workflow management and advanced document management solutions.
SOURCE Indellient Inc
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