January 27, 2017

Finnish Miradore goes west

Miradore wants to reach out to IT pros and decision makers in the Swedish marketplace.
Miradore wants to reach out to IT pros and decision makers in the Swedish marketplace.
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Miradore, Finnish IT company, has announced it will open an office at the World Trade Center in Stockholm, Sweden.

The Swedish operation will be staffed by two experienced sales professionals. Miradore aims to help IT pros and decision makers take better control of their computing, and the company notes, in a release, that “just like the rest of the EU, Swedish businesses are coming to terms with the needs of the, soon to be implemented, EU-wide, data protection laws”.

Miradore CEO Simo Salmensuu is excited about the step.

“Our research tells us that one of our company’s strengths is our excellent customer relations,” he tells. “Our helpdesk already supports our global customer base. But right now, we want to put some extra effort into reaching out to IT pros and decision makers in the Swedish marketplace. We already boast a significant customer base in Sweden, and establishing a local presence enables us to serve, new and old, clients even better.”

Miradore’s MDM tool Miradore Online and IT automation and inventory solution Miradore Management Suite is used in 140 countries.

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