IBM Canada has officially opened its flagship office located at 16 York Street in the heart of downtown Toronto’s entertainment district.
Present at the ribbon-cutting celebration were Toronto Mayor John Tory, IBM Canada President Dave McCann, and IBM Technology GM Frank Attaie.
The state-of-the-art office space is spread over three floors and approximately 63,000 square feet, merging four Toronto-based offices into one collaborative space for clients, partners, and IBM employees.
The new office includes an AI and hybrid cloud client showcase centre, collaboration spaces for use by both employees and clients, and space for IBM Garage, a globally recognized design approach to innovation and digital transformation.
IBM Canada has filled approximately 800 job positions within the past six months across a range of job functions in the Greater Toronto Area, surpassing hiring expectations released last June.
The new IBM office was designed with a focus on innovation, inclusion, and sustainability to support new ways of working with clients and teams as part of a hybrid working model for today and the future.
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