ByBox opens U.S. headquarters in Burlington, Massachusetts
ByBox ramps up business activities as it expands into the United States
ByBox, the market-leading international software and supply chain specialist, has officially opened its U.S. headquarters in Burlington, the technology hub of Massachusetts.
The company, headquartered in Oxford England, has expanded its presence into the United States after a period of sustained growth. As part of this growth, ByBox has also opened two new satellite offices in Atlanta and Denver. The offices will support ByBox’s continued expansion and global customers.
Sean Collins, the newly appointed Vice President of ByBox will lead the new Burlington office, focussing on providing North American customers with Konnect™, an innovative solution that simplifies the last mile of the field service supply chain. Konnect improves security and technician efficiency, while reducing transport costs.
Collins has over two decades of experience in helping large enterprise organisations work through complex information technology transformations as well as significant experience in working with executive management on both the technology and business side to facilitate change.
Sean Collins, Vice President of ByBox said, “The time was right for us to identify a new flagship office which would offer scope for growth as the business continues to expand. For many years now, we have been building our supply chain solutions and tech services and as the U.S. market is the world’s largest, we saw it as a natural place to establish a commercial presence.”
Simon Fahie, Managing Director of ByBox added, “ByBox is at an exciting period of growth as it continues to expand and reinforce itself as the leading supplier of supply chain technology in the UK and internationally. Establishing a presence in the U.S. will allow us to develop strong relationships to our local customers, and help us serve their needs at a global level.”
ByBox are global market leaders in providing technical, cost effective solutions for supply chains and currently have a presence in over 20 countries worldwide.