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Innoveo, a global technology firm and a pioneer in enterprise no-code solutions today announced the relocation of its corporate headquarters from Zurich to the United States. Innoveo says the move reflects its strategic plans to capitalize on rapid growth and success in the U.S. and Latin American markets, as well as facilitating closer work with its clients and ecosystem partners on the continent.
Innoveo markets Skye, a no-code platform designed to enable business and IT teams to collaborate and rapidly build robust and modern applications for the enterprise. With the relocation of its head office, the company will be headquartered in the greater New York City area providing access to local domain and technology talent, clients, and ecosystem partners.
“We are excited to strengthen our presence and move our global headquarters to the Greater New York region,” comments Amir Ghaffar, CEO, Innoveo. “We are witnessing tremendous tailwinds and have an exciting opportunity ahead as we transform the way enterprise applications are developed.”
“The move aligns with our multi-year growth strategy and opens up tremendous opportunities for us across insurance, real estate, financial services, healthcare, and other industries,” comments Vinod Kachroo, President, Innoveo. “It enables us to more seamlessly collaborate and partner with our clients and partners. Bringing our employee, partner and client teams together to collaborate will help us unlock the power of our nocode technology and eco-systems.”
Building U.S. Presence
Innoveo reports that it has been building its presence in the U.S. during the last two years, and now has a team of over 30 team members across product, client success, solutions, partnerships, sales, and marketing. The company says it now has an opportunity to increase by many times in the coming years. The vendor characterizes its U.S.-based team members as part of a rapidly growing team spread across five continents with key offices located in Switzerland, Hungary, Spain, India, and Hong Kong.