Global software development company Modest Tree announced today the opening of their new office in New Brunswick, Canada.

Modest Tree is a software company that works with global OEMs and military clients to develop data-driven operational and training solutions. OEMs have accelerated their focus on remote delivery of training and digital-centric maintenance and operational solutions, and this has resulted in increased demand for Modest Tree’s product and services. Modest Tree has experienced accelerated growth since their incorporation in 2011. Following numerous expansions to their Canadian headquarters in Halifax, Nova Scotia, the company has now announced the opening of their newest office in Oromocto, New Brunswick.

The New Brunswick Office will be led by Charles Richer, VP Business Development. Richer, who has served over 21 years in the Royal Canadian Armoured Corps., joined the Modest Tree team in February of this year.

“Modest Tree’s current move to expand our presence in Atlantic Canada is a strategic step in continuing to grow information technology jobs in Atlantic Canada, and it is a strong testament to the Company’s continued ability to support global clients in their digital operational strategies,” states Sam Sannandeji, CEO, Modest Tree.

The Oromocto location will work closely with the Halifax headquarters and support the company’s global clientbase. Modest Tree is hiring up to 12 positions currently for the new site, which includes roles in Software Development and Business Development Support.

About Modest Tree:
Modest Tree is an award-winning Canadian software company focused on providing data-driven digitalization solutions for global Enterprise. Founded in 2011, we have worked with leading OEMs and military clients to develop digital solutions that accelerate employee training, product sales and marketing, and secure virtual communications.
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