Tuesday, 23 September 2014
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Jul 18 2008 | 8:00am ET
Eze Castle Integration is building on its Midwest presence with the opening of a Chicago office, and has already lined up three local clients.
Eze Castle established a Minneapolis office in 2002.
“Considering Chicago’s continuous growth and last year’s outpacing of global performance, opening a Chicago office was unquestionably the next logical step in our corporate growth,” said John Cahaly, CEO of Eze Castle Integration. “We are committed to providing premier technology services and solutions and view Chicago as an untapped market with great demand for superior IT services delivered by a provider that understands the unique needs and requirements of financial firms.”
To drive sales in Chicago, Eze Castle has hired industry veteran Amy Leffingwell as the newest member of its business development team.
Eze Castle also has offices in Boston, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Stamford, Conn., and London.
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