SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) December 06, 2018
Kimble Applications, a global leader in Professional Services Automation, announced today that it is expanding its U.S. footprint and opening an office in San Francisco, in the heartland of technological innovation.
This new office – Kimble’s fifth in the U.S. – reflects the company’s strong growth, as it is increasingly being selected by multinational enterprise software and other high-tech companies based on the West Coast. The new office will be one block away from the headquarters of Salesforce, which recognizes Kimble as a Premier Partner.
Built on the Salesforce Platform, Kimble enables customers to easily integrate CRM as well as ERP applications such as HR and finance. The streamlined process allows customers to have a coherent solution that meets all their business requirements.
Earlier this year, Kimble secured significant investment from Accel-KKR, a leading Silicon Valley technology-focused investment firm, and more than 50 percent of its revenue now comes from the U.S. and Canada.
Kimble’s U.S. headquarters is in Boston, and Kimble also has offices in Park City, UT Chicago, IL and Atlanta, GA, as well as in London, UK, where it was founded in 2010.
Kimble’s U.S. President Daniel Keating said: “We are excited to be opening an office in San Francisco. It means we will be closer to the rapidly increasing number of prospects and customers we now have in the Bay Area, supporting them as they use Kimble to help drive business transformation.“
About Kimble Applications
Kimble Applications helps professional service businesses by improving business performance, increasing visibility, and providing enhanced company collaboration. Kimble is dedicated to the production of unique management solutions delivered through a Software as a Service (SaaS) model. The members of the Kimble management team are recognized professional services experts, having founded, managed, and grown several successful IT and management consulting organizations. They have experienced first-hand the business problems which result from the lack of adequate software available to manage professional services. The team has harnessed the best practice and unique intellectual property gained in their careers, along with detailed design input from a range of experts from leading firms across the globe.