Project management tool provider Hansoft has opened a new office in San Francisco.
The firm said it had decided to expand its operations in the US in order to meet “surging demand in the Bay Area”.
The new branch will be headed up by game development solutions director Darren Lamberti, who will be tasked with driving growth with new and existing clients in the region.
“North America has always been an important market for us, but the interest in Hansoft has recently increased significantly,” said Hansoft CEO Patric Palm.
“This is driven by the growing challenges with developing social games and for next gen platforms. As we have a lot of experience from very large-scale development, both in games and other industries, Hansoft can help reduce costs and risks in these projects.
“Better communication in outsourcing to reduce waste is also a common way of using Hansoft. With our San Francisco office we will be able to better help new and old customers alike to ship better games faster.”
Hansoft is a project management tools provider and offers software designed to help developers track and manage team collaboration, QA, portfolio management and resource allocation.