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The February 11, 2011
International BPM software publisher Cordys has just announced the opening of its French subsidiary in Paris. Founded in 2001 at the initiative of ERP pioneer Jan Baan, Cordys has over 14 establishments worldwide.
This new office in France is a reflection of our recent success and is part of our ongoing growth, since we have opened subsidiaries in Italy, Japan and Korea in 2010. We have developed a solid customer base in France and the opening of this Parisian office shows our determination to provide them with the best possible support, says Cordys CEO Per Jonsson.
The international group is offering businesses a new generation in business operations management integrated platforms, the Business Operation Platform, which will help them meet the challenges that come with their new and changing dynamic business environments.
Cordys offer is a means towards modernising existing applications, boosting new applications deployment time and covering the full range of business needs on the basis of process modelling. This will enable IT Managers to meet the needs of their ordering parties (contracting authorities and business management) faster, this without affecting existing investments, and to improve their quality of service and added value.
Moreover, Cordys has chosen to leave businesses entirely free to choose their deployment model. Indeed, the platform can be installed within the company's own IS on their premises, be hosted within a private cloud, or be accessible in PaaS or SaaS mode within a public cloud.
Thanks to the Cordys offer, any business, major group or SME can now extend its information system on to a last-generation SOA platform, thus industrialising all of its business processes, while making them more reliable and enjoying substantial agility, flexibility and scalability.
With over 15 years' experience on the French software market, Jean Philippe Kalfon and Laurent Chailley are launching the French subsidiary for international BPM software publisher Cordys, with intent to provide proximity support to French customers who are currently using Cordys and to develop market share throughout the country.
Cordys CEO Per Jonsson comments: We chose Messrs Kalfon and Chailley for they have abundant experience in developing businesses within a competitive international environment, as well as substantial understanding of the French software market. Having established this office in Paris will help us significantly boost our growth in one of Europe's main markets.
update April 17, 2012