Toronto-based Rangle expands digital consultancy to Europe

Digital Javascript and HTML5 consultancy firm Rangle has announced it is establishing its first European office in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

“We pride ourselves on a true startup-like partnership approach to helping our clients.”

“There’s no such thing as being at arm’s length if you’re a Rangle client,” said Nick Van Weerdenburg, Rangle’s CEO, of the move. “We pride ourselves on a true startup-like partnership approach to helping our clients transform their digital business for the future, not the past. Establishing our office in Amsterdam is the first step in working more closely with our clients.”

Brendon Montgomery, Rangle’s Director of Business Development, will be the first leader to relocate to Amsterdam to help build the team in the region.

“Our affinity for solving complex business problems through our digital-first innovation and solution model is unparalleled,” said Montgomery. “We partner with our clients to help them take significant steps forward and become digital-first leaders in their market. Rangle clients can expect to work with a partner that empowers them to respond to their customer needs today, with a technical platform strategy and process to also continue to evolve and lead in the future.”

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Focusing on modern digital experiences, Rangle helps companies execute digital first strategies. It does so by the end-to-end linking of business strategy, design, and development, in a process that creates internal business and market clarity. The process also gives companies the ability to bring near-real-time user and market centric data back into the corporate strategy practice. Rangle typically builds applications for retail, healthcare, public service, and FinTech industries.

Rangle first established itself in Toronto, with expertise in modern web and mobile agile application development, including Angular, React and Vue web, and JavaScript ecosystems. The company already supports international clients like Uniqlo and Aldo, and the new office in Amsterdam will be responsible for growing its relationships with clients, as well as establishing a European presence and strategy.

As part of the expansion, Rangle is also looking to hire, with plans to grow its team even more throughout the year. The consultancy is currently looking to hire a Technical Director to lead technical teams and consulting with clients. It is also looking for an Enterprise Architect, as well as a Client Partner to work with Rangle’s pharmaceutical account.

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