Incognito Software Systems made its expansion into the Kanata Technology Park official this fall as the firm broadens its global footprint.
The company’s technology helps digital service providers manage their devices and services, as well as lowering costs through automation.
Incognito said in a statement that the new satellite office in Kanata North is a strategic location for the company, putting it next door to other global technology companies and helping to reach the tech talent being cultivated in Ottawa.
Incognito is also expanding to the Philippines to support its growing customer base in southeast Asia.
“This growth is representative of the great strides we have taken as a team, and the value we deliver to digital service providers around the world,” CEO David Sharpley stated.
Incognito is a division of the Volaris Group, an operating arm of Toronto-based Constellation Software.