By:Amanda Beto Posted On: Topic:News

Devbridge Group announces plans to move its Toronto office

Devbridge Group, recently announced its plans to move its Toronto office to 36 Toronto Street this month. The new office is a welcome move for Devbridge Group’s Canadian team, which has quadrupled in size within the last year, and continues to grow. 

Devbridge Group Toronto Software Development | Exterior  of 36 Toronto St

Devbridge Group opened its Toronto office in early 2016 based on a market need for Product Thinking, which combines product management and design (UX/UI and user research) with engineering services, working within an agile environment. “The demand for this type of software delivery model is on the rise,” said Aurimas Adomavicius, President of Devbridge Group. “It has allowed us to help our clients release products to market much faster than other business models.”

Since its opening, the Toronto office has helped grow Devbridge Group’s North American client base by 40 percent across its three verticals—financial services, manufacturing and technology. “Our Toronto team has done a great job of serving our clients and we look forward to further expanding our relationships in the Canadian market in the years ahead,” said Mohan Gulati, Managing Director of Devbridge Group’s Toronto office.

In addition to accommodating a growing team, the new office will provide more meeting space to host client workshops/lean requirements gathering sessions as well as general client meetings. The modernized space matches the look and feel of other Devbridge offices, further unifying the firm’s global teams.

Devbridge Group Toronto Software Development | Interior of 36 Toronto St

As of the writing of this release, the office continues to recruit top talent with open positions for product managers and a design team lead. Those interested should visit devbridge.com/careers/. The move is expected to be completed by March 10.

Devbridge Group
36 Toronto Street
Suite 260
Toronto, Ontario
CANADA

Amanda Beto

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