CIeNET opens tech dev centre in Markham
Stephen LawElectronics Engineering Software Engineering Supply Chain tech dev centre tech dev centre
CIeNET, a leading global technology service provider of technical consulting and software engineering solutions, officially opened its Canadian Technology and Development Center in Markham ON. CIeNET has been focusing on automotive and mobility related technologies’ research and development since its establishment in Canada, and is set to build the Canadian Centre of Excellence for automotive technologies.
CIeNET has strategically selected York Region’s City of Markham for its Canadian Technology and Development Center. York Region is Ontario’s fastest growing municipality with 1.2 million residents, 51,000 businesses, and is home to 4,300 technology companies; Canada’s high-quality infrastructure, business-friendly policies, diversified technical talents and pro-innovative environment are what attracted CIeNET to expand here. With the strong support from regional and municipal governments and business partners across the region, CIeNET is very excited to grow into an active member of the community.
CIeNET a player in engineering and innovation in Canadian market
“The Canadian Technology and Development Center will give us the upper hand to better serve our customers in Canada and empower effective collaborations for fast growing teams. It provides an avenue for CIeNET to become a stronger player in engineering and innovation in Canadian market.” according to Grace Sang, managing director of CIeNET Canada.
Since CIeNET established its first office in Greater Toronto Area in 2015, its strategy and vision of engaging multinational and Canadian companies for latest connected technologies has been proven successful and remains as the focal point moving forward. CIeNET has been delivering quality services and solutions to its Canadian customers and will continue to build its Canadian presence towards the state-of-the-art Technology and Development Center for continual growth.
Print this page