01 November 2017
Reporter: Becky Butcher

Websure opens new Toronto office

Websure has expanded its presence in North America with the opening of a support centre in Toronto.

The new office will enable the firm to “better serve clients within the time zones of the Americas”.

Websure’s CEO Andrew Holman suggested that the new office is “natural progression” for the firm.

Holman said: “With the support centre in place, we will be more able than ever to respond and support our clients. We are delighted at this next chapter in Websure’s history.”

Paul Ring, managing director at Websure, added: “With experienced people permanently based in the region, we are looking forward to being able to expand our business with an enhanced capability to showcase Websure’s extensive product offering across the US, Canada and the Caribbean.”

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