delaware launches new 4 offices in 4 different continents

06 March 2023 1 min. read

Belgium-headquartered IT consultancy delaware has kicked off 2023 on a high, adding four new locations in four different continents to its growing footprint.

With the addition of new offices in Canada, Ireland, India, Morocco, digital transformation specialist delaware now has a presence in 19 countries spread over Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Americas. The firm’s headcount hovers around 4,600 staff.

Eric Hiernaux, Managing Director of delaware International, said that the push into new markets comes in response to growing demand for its services from international and cross-border clients, and aligns with delaware’s strategy to become a global powerhouse across the Microsoft, SAP and OpenText technology platforms.

delaware launches new 4 offices in 4 different continents

“In our geographic expansion strategy, we prioritise international opportunities that sustain our entire business for the long-term,” said Hiernaux. “With our large addressable market, it is our goal to be everywhere. Hence, investing in global delivery centers and support entities is a key element in our global approach, as they speed up the growth of more mature entities by providing international support.”

In Morocco and India, the new entities will be SAP-focused global delivery centers, providing SAP services to other delaware entities and clients worldwide.

In Canada and Ireland, the delaware’s new entities in Ireland and Canada will have a supporting role, providing broad support to the establishes practices in the United States and United Kingdom. Meanwhile, the newly appointed country leaders have been handed the remit to develop their presence in the local Canada and Ireland markets as well.

The news comes hot on the heels of delaware – which this year celebrates its 20th anniversary – expanding its Southeast Asia division, through the merger-acquisition of two smaller players in Malaysia.