THE COMPANY’S NEW LOCATION IN OTTAWA, CANADA WILL FOCUS ON R&D AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT FOR ITS FINANCIAL SERVICES CLIENTS AND EXPAND ITS SERVICES WITHIN THE TELECOM DOMAIN.
ASB Resources, a fast-growing technology consulting services firm headquartered in Princeton, New Jersey, is opening its latest office in Ottawa to conduct R&D and product development for financial services and telecom clients. ASB Resources helps financial services companies with their regulatory reporting needs and augment their clients’ staffing needs with its rich talent pool and experts from the industry. ASB Resources has been helping clients in the financial, government, retail, fashion, and media industry with their digital transformation, reporting, analytics, and dashboard development needs to make intelligent business decisions.
“While evaluating options for our new location to expand within the North American region, Ottawa stood out based on its talent pool, expanding tech hub, and ease of doing business,” said Mohamed Bakerywala, President of ASB Resources. “We partnered with Invest Ottawa for guidance, and their Global Expansion Team has been great to work with. I am sure this investment in Ottawa will produce great ROI and accelerate our growth while hiring the best talent from around the world to deliver excellence to our customers.”
Ottawa consistently ranks as one of North America’s top tech talent markets in CBRE’s Scoring Tech Talent Report and for the past two years has been ranked number one for tech talent concentration ahead of Silicon Valley. Viewed as an important R&D centre for numerous multi-nationals, Ottawa’s tech sector has seen considerable growth over the past 5 years.
“It is great to welcome another dynamic company like ASB Resources to our city,” said Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson. “Once again, Ottawa has proven to be an attractive destination for an international tech company, thanks to our city’s highly skilled workforce and vibrant business environment.”
To start ASB Resources will focus on hiring software and data engineers to focus on analytics and automation. In the future the company expects a significant expansion in Ottawa comparable to their existing operations in Princeton, NJ.