Global technology company Zoho Corporation announced this month the opening of a new office in Canada.
The India-based tech giant has been investing in Canada where it says it has seen aggressive year-over-year growth in revenue and customers.
The company’s new office is situated in Cornwall, Ontario. This new space will build on Zoho’s regional Canadian approach to sales, support, marketing, and partner management to facilitate a greater understanding of the specific needs of local customers, according to a statement from the corporation.
“Zoho has for many years focused on bringing our business into lesser-served communities of the world, including several new offices in India and America, to better understand regional business needs,” stated Chandrashekar, Zoho’s Canadian Managing Director.
“Our new office in Cornwall is a continuation of that important goal, and we could not be more excited to build deeper relationships with the businesses in communities small and large across Canada,” Chandrashekar added.
The new Cornwall office is part of Zoho’s global Transnational Localism strategy, which was first introduced more than 10 years ago as a means to create self-reliant local communities and economies.
Since then, Zoho says the initiative has grown to include new global offices, local hiring, partnerships with organizations and government bodies to lower the technology adoption barrier for businesses, up-skilling courses in association with educational institutes, local pricing for several countries, and more.