Info-Tech Research Group Expands US Operations

Expanding its US operations, Info-Tech Research Group has opened a new office in Arlington, Virginia.

The company is opening a new location to assist local organisations in navigating the digital age.

The company is opening a new location to assist local organisations in navigating the digital age.

International IT research and advisory firm Info-Tech Research Group has announced the opening of its newest business unit in Arlington, Virginia, in response to the rising demand for digital transformation and innovation in the public sector. The new office will act as a regional hub to support IT leaders in a variety of industries because of its advantageous location close to important government buildings like the Pentagon, Capitol Hill, and the Ronald Reagan National Airport. The company’s divisions McLean & Company and SoftwareReviews, which focus on HR and software marketing research and advisory services, respectively, will also provide services to businesses from the Arlington location. The most recent information technology space will make it easier to collaborate and engage with clients in the region, including Washington, DC. because it has direct access for in-person events and meetings.

“We are expanding internationally to serve a wide range of sectors and areas. The next logical step is to increase our physical footprint as part of our ongoing dedication to offering our clients the best research and advisory expertise “says David Godfrey, the company’s CEO. “The new Info-Tech Research Group office in Arlington, Virginia, will help foster strong relationships with our valued members and enable our experts to support them in person as they navigate a constantly changing digital landscape,” says the company.

The new location, which is at 1225 South Clark Street, Suite 1310 in Arlington, VA, will host regular briefings every two months for Info-Tech, which also has locations in Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom. The first briefing will take place on April 18, 2023, and will concentrate on extremely pertinent research topics. In order to understand challenges, clarify roles and responsibilities, identify maturing gaps, and evaluate organisational readiness for change, this session will explore how to define a cloud strategy. The speaker and cloud subject matter expert for the event will be Nabeel Sherif, Principal Research Director at Info-Tech Research Group, who will be present onsite.

Info-Tech is committed to delivering the best research through transformational insights, ground-breaking data-driven frameworks, and simple-to-use consulting-quality deliverables. Info-Tech has over 1,300 employees, open career opportunities, and a growing global footprint.

Those who wish to attend Info-cloud Tech’s strategy briefing on April 18 may do so by registering on the event’s registration page.

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