Asystec today announced that it has expanded its global footprint with the opening of it’s North America Headquarters in Minnesota.

Building on its existing global reach, Asystec’s presence in North America will enable the company to better serve a growing global client base and meet the rising appetite for a high value, focused technology partner for some of the largest companies worldwide.

Privately owned Asystec has positioned itself very successfully as experts in the areas of Converged and Hyper-Converged Infrastructure, Software Defined Datacenters and Data Governance and the company already boasts an impressive lineup of global brands and multi-national clients.

Speaking about the move, Managing Director, Les Byrne said ‘The opening of our North American headquarters is a massive milestone for us as a company. In seven short years we have had massive growth Europe and now we are building out our team in the U.S – It’s incredible. The move onto North American soil compliments the global nature of what we do and we see tremendous opportunity in this expansion. A physical presence in North America will better enable us to serve our existing clients and build relationships with new customers globally – it was a logical step for us to take.

The company currently employs 41 people across a range of disciplines and expects this number to rise significantly both domestically and internationally with the expansion into North America.

While the office is set to open in late May, the official launch is scheduled for June 28th.

Brett Housker, who has been assigned the task of Managing Director said ‘I am very excited to be part of a market leading organization like Asystec and I look forward to demonstrating the continued value we can now provide through our global strategy.  Through my 20+ years of experience in working for some of the largest IT manufacturers, most recently Dell EMC, it was clear to me that Asystec has “cracked to code” on how to provide the value-add required by both customers and manufacturers alike.  This is a monumental time for Asystec and I appreciate the opportunity to lead our organization in North America.’