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NEORIS Opens Two New Offices in the U.S.

NEORIS, a global business and IT consulting company, today announced that in order to meet growing business demand in the U.S. market, it has opened offices in Charlotte, North Carolina and Dallas, Texas. Priding itself in being hands-on with clients wherever they are located, NEORIS will be able to laser focus its consultancy practice to work alongside existing and new clients in industries such as Manufacturing, Retail, and Financial Services to move from centralized IT to cloud-based applications across the enterprise.

The new offices are fully aligned with the growing demand for Digital Innovation services and solutions to help companies create an intelligent transition plan that cuts unnecessary costs by focusing on funding an innovative but pragmatic IT architecture that truly enhances their competitive positioning:

Charlotte, NC: The southeastern region of the United States is particularly strategic for NEORIS as the company continues to expand. The new office located just north of Charlotte in Mooresville has a prime location to better serve regional Fortune 1000 companies. Focused on providing innovative, industry-specific solutions with local based consulting and outsourcing services, NEORIS’ presence in the region will drive deeper relationships for area companies in CPG, Financial Services, Manufacturing, and Retail industries.

With over 10 years’ experience providing high quality and high value services to Fortune 100 clients in the region, NEORIS’ on-the-ground presence in the local community will further its commitment to its current clients’ successes. The office formally opened in October 2016 with 15 employees and will expand its offering featuring a digital innovation lab for demonstrating the latest in Intelligent and Digital solutions in the IoT and Advanced Machine Learning spaces.

Dallas, Texas: Located in the downtown area near many other corporate headquarters, the Dallas office will allow NEORIS to tap into the high-octane environment of an international marketplace to better serve the growing demand in SAP and Manufacturing services and solutions across the U.S. The new office will contribute to NEORIS’ continued innovations in Manufacturing Integration and Intelligence, IoT and HPA (High Performance Analytics). In addition to the company’s existing in-depth capabilities in device integration and data capture for the benefit and use in predictive analytics, the Dallas office will contribute to the next phase of innovation by developing solutions based on actionable analytics and AI (Artificial Intelligence).

“Our U.S. market base is growing rapidly and we are investing in expanding our footprint nationwide,” said Martin Mendez, CEO of NEORIS. “The southern region has been key to our sustained growth in recent years as we keep gaining ground for regional and global market share in the IT industry.”

Global and U.S. headquarters for NEORIS will remain in Miami.

About NEORIS

NEORIS is a global business and IT consulting company specializing in nearshore outsourcing, SAP services and digital transformation through a global delivery model that leverages six worldwide software development centers. Headquartered in Miami, FL., NEORIS has operations in the U.S., Europe, Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. More information is available at www.NEORIS.com, on Facebook or Twitter @NEORIS.

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