Calabasas, Calif. - June 2, 2009 - Financial software provider BlackLine Systems has established offices in Paris to address the growing global demand for the company’s flagship account reconciliation and financial close software from companies in the Europe, Middle East and Africa(EMEA) region.
“We’re rapidly adding EMEA-based clients,” said BlackLine CEO Therese Tucker. “We wanted to ensure that they receive the same superior customer service as our domestic clients.”
Many of BlackLine’s current U.S. clients have EMEA operations, including eBay, Dana Corporation and HB Fuller. BlackLine will have customer service/support staffing in Paris beginning immediately. The company expects to add training and implementation services for the region in the near future.
Opening EMEA headquarters comes on the heels of the company’s announcement in January that it had established operations in Sydney to serve the Asia-Pacific (APAC) market. BlackLine now operates out of nine major U.S. cities, Paris and Sydney, providing local representation to better serve and support its global customers.