Canadian software company enters U.S. market through NH
Integrim has set up its U.S. headquarters in Manchester
After more than a year of development, Canadian software firm Integrim recently celebrated the opening of its new U.S. headquarters in Manchester.
For more than 25 years, Integrim has assisted Canadian businesses with electronic content management and process automation, enhancing administrative operations and business document processes through its software-as-a-service platform.
“Our company, created in 1992, has kept a focus on building the foundations for solutions whose goals are to bridge the gap between unstructured content and corporate transactional content, thus our name, Integrim, which stands for integration and imaging,” said André Denis, president and founder of Integrim. “We chose Manchester for our U.S. headquarters due to this community’s great location and the unparalleled support we received from the local stakeholders we met during our selection process. We're beyond proud to be part of this great community today. In New Hampshire, we have found a dynamic and vibrant professional environment along with many friends, as well as a fantastic place to live and get involved.”
Integrim's footprint in the U.S. will enable the company to serve a market ripe for process automation solutions nationwide, said the company in a press release.
“The U.S. expansion is extremely strategic for our organization,” said Daniel Desgagné, coo of Integrim. “We are here to stay, and in order to do so, we must make sure that we make a difference and earn our place in this incredible market. To achieve this we pledge to bring you our best practices, solutions and professionalism to make a tangible positive impact on the way businesses work.”
Present at the event were representatives from the New Hampshire Department of Business and Economic Affairs, Yann Lamarche of the Quebec Government Office in Boston and representatives from the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce.
“We really appreciate the hard work, guidance and support you provided in helping us get established in our new office” Ben Rioux, Integrim's U.S. general manager, told the group.
“I always look forward to new projects and pitches that have the potential to become great additions in our stable of New Hampshire businesses,” said Mike Skelton, president and CEO for the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce in a press release. “While success is never guaranteed, some pitches have the potential to turn out to be great projects and solid contributors to our community. It's been great to see Marc Voyer and Ben Rioux get involved early on with the business community at our Chamber events and connect with other Chamber members. I am looking forward to hearing their success stories.”
“In New Hampshire, the high level of entrepreneurial energy,” said Marc Voyer, chief commercial officer at Integrim. “The receptivity of the business community to our project and the growth mentality of the Greater Manchester Area seduced us and convinced us to involve ourselves not only professionally but also personally.”