BOSTON, MA - The Qt Company (HEX: QTCOM) today announced the opening of a new office in Boston, Massachusetts, to accommodate the company's rapid growth in the United States. With the new location, Qt is further expanding its footprint in the U.S. to better support its North American customer base, in addition to pursuing a wide range of growth opportunities in the medical device and industrial automation sectors.
Located in Boston's Seaport District, the primary functions of the new office will be sales, services, support, product management, marketing and administration. Combined with Qt's U.S. headquarters in Santa Clara, California, the new Boston office solidifies Qt's commitment to supporting the United States' highest growth technology markets and the needs of the Internet of Things (IoT) community across the country.
"I am pleased to welcome Qt to Boston's growing roster of innovative companies," said Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh. "I look forward to Qt successfully expanding their presence to Boston, and adding to our region's economy and opportunities."
"We see a massive opportunity for growth in the United States, and Boston is one of the most thriving technology hotbeds in the country," said Chris Chamberlin, VP of Americas, The Qt Company. "With our new East Coast location, we are reiterating our commitment to providing our U.S. customers with unmatched expertise in their local markets. Furthermore, we are establishing a foothold in a region that's at the forefront of innovation in the medical device and industrial automation industries, which are two of Qt's highest-growth markets."
Qt's medical device customers include Medec, a provider of anesthesia solutions ranging from manual devices to complete ventilators and breathing stations, and Orzone, a leading developer of medical simulation and e-learning tools. To learn more about Qt's solutions for the medical device sector, please visit https://www.qt.io/qt-in-medical/
Qt's industrial automation customers include M2I, a manufacturer and exporter of embedded operator interface panels and human-machine-interface (HMI) systems for industrial, information service, and building automation applications, and Ulstein, a group of maritime companies specializing in ship design and maritime solutions, shipbuilding, power and control and shipping. To learn more about Qt's solutions for industrial automation, please visit https://www.qt.io/qt-in-automation/