AIM Software, a provider of reference data management solutions to the financial industry, has opened a subsidiary in France to better serve the French market and provide its customers with an enhanced local service.
The decision to establish a local presence was driven by an increasing demand for ‘golden copy’ management solutions on the French market.
The subsidiary is managed by Vincent Goubert and will cover the areas of sales and account management, as well as project management. Implementation services and dedicated French support will be handled by AIM Software’s regional office in Luxembourg.
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