iQuate, the leading provider of discovery and dependency mapping solutions, has expanded its European operations by opening a new office in Paris. The new office will help service iQuate’s growing business throughout France and will be headed up by Emmanuel Dubois who has extensive experience of the IT sector in France and internationally.
Emmanuel Dubois said, “With our new Paris office, we will be able to support our customers more quickly and efficiently at a time when the French IT market is undergoing significant changes as enterprises seek a greater understanding of their data center infrastructure to help manage applications and services across hybrid cloud-based environments.”
Patrick McNally, CEO of iQuate, commented, “We are delighted to open a new office in one of the largest IT markets in Europe as it undergoes huge change. iQuate’s discovery and dependency mapping solutions will be invaluable to French organizations as they become more agile and service-centric in the way they manage their IT infrastructure.”
The French office has already embarked on a recruitment drive to build a team that will work as part of iQuate’s wider EMEA strategy, going to market with propositions built on three key pillars:
- IT Transformation and Cloud Infrastructure Management
- IT Operations and Service Management
- Software License Compliance and Optimization
Headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, iQuate operates globally with international offices already established in London, UK, and San Francisco, USA. “We are a global business,” said Patrick McNally, “addressing the universal challenges that organizations face as they adapt to changes in the way IT is delivered and consumed across their data centers.”