Boston, October 20th, 11:55 am – Mavim, a market-leading software provider in the Digital Twin of an Organization technology space, today announced the opening of offices in Boston to better serve their 500+ US-based customers and partners. Mavim’s new presence represents an investment in a strategic market, with this expansion being seen as a testament to the power of Mavim’s technology, which helps organizations build operationally resilient business processes.
The macro-economic conditions, accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, have only served to drive the need for Digital Twin of an Organization technology. Hyperautomation (one of Gartner’s Top Strategic Technology Trends) is an increasingly hot topic as many organizations face the challenge of an expensive set of outdated business processes that are supported by technology that is often not optimized or well-connected. The demand for the democratization of process intelligence and data integration will continue to drive the need for the Mavim platform.
Laura Eakes, CMO & Head of US Operations had this to say about the expansion: “Now that digital has become the new default way of working, more and more companies understand the need to build resilient business processes. Customer service is just one example of an operating model shift where organizations are facing the pain of a transition to supporting customers primarily from home. Enabling this transition requires unparalleled insight into the organization’s current processes, as well as the technology and people involved in execution. This is where Mavim comes in.”
Despite the broader macroeconomic trends, Mavim is starting active recruitment for roles in sales, value engineering, and digital business development in the Boston region.
For complex global organizations that are changing or re-inventing their operating models, Mavim provides software that empowers organizations build operationally resilient business processes. Headquartered in Amsterdam, Mavim has a global customer base that numbers over a million end-users worldwide. Mavim’s partner network spans 27 countries and includes such familiar names as Microsoft, Wipro, EY, and award-winning Microsoft Dynamics partner DXC Technology.