SimCorp: How Immigration Helped a Software Provider Expand Into a New Market

September 13, 2017

“We develop and implement SimCorp Dimension, our world-class, front-to-back investment management solution,” says Ashley Perez, an HR consultant at the Copenhagen-based firm. “In order for us to operate as a truly global business, it’s important that our talent is able to seamlessly mobilize cross-border.” With a strong market share in Europe, the tech provider has shifted its focus to growing its presence in North America for the last 10 years — and immigration has made it possible. Due to a lack of available local talent familiar with the intricacies of its product, SimCorp sought to recruit proven team members through the L-1 Intracompany Transfer visa program, which helped lay the groundwork for their North American operations.

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