IBM Canada has officially opened its new Client Innovation Centre (CIC) in Montréal. The centre is expected to have roughly 500 employees within four years, four times as many as initially anticipated.
“We are taking a decisive step forward with the official launch of our second Canadian global delivery centre at Place Bonaventure, in the downtown core. We are looking forward to assisting our Canadian clients with their digital transformations, and even more so to actively contributing to Québec’s economic growth by creating numerous specialized jobs that will spur major investments and the development of local expertise,” Claude Guay, General Manager of IBM Global Business Services in Canada, stated in a press release.
The Montréal CIC, which already employs a hundred people, provides cloud-computing services and other services related to specialized software for analytics, data management, business content and order management.
IBM’s Canadian CICs are part of a network of business services centres spanning over 30 countries and serving clients across the globe. IBM will leverage its integrated array of specialized resources, processes and expertise at the new centre to deliver superior applications to its clients.
Learn more about IBM’s Client Innovation Centre