Opening of the Chicago office follows the company’s recent completion of a project to assist a pharmaceutical multinational put a Hybris deployment “back on track”, with the project successfully completed within weeks.
UltraServe chief executive Matt Hyland says the company’s US beachhead follows a successful international expansion that has seen it win business in countries as diverse as Brazil and India.
Hyland says the Chicago office gives the company “skin in the game”.
“We deal with some very large organisations, so establishing a US office adds to our global credibility.
“As well as winning new business, existing customers are expanding the services they buy from us.”
According to Hyland, UltraServe’s intense focus on e-commerce is driving its growth. “By making SAP Hybris run easily for enterprises we save businesses time, money and pain when deploying and running their e-commerce platforms.
“There’s a wide range of generic cloud-hosting businesses, but as no other business specialises in this particular area in the way that we do, we’re starting to become well-known for our experience, expertise and specialist skills in e-commerce platforms.”