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ACPQualife expands its reach in Hauts-de-France

10 May 2019 | Front page, ICT, Investment

IT systems performance expert ACPQualife, a subsidiary of the international group HPS, has announced the opening of its sixth French office in Lille.

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ACPQualife opens new branch in Hauts-de-France

After Aix-en-Provence, Sofia Antipolis, Toulouse, Paris and Lausanne, ACPQualife is opening its sixth office in Marcq-en-Baroeul (near Lille). The new office will enable the company to cover the entire Hauts-de-France region and offer its clients higher quality services.

Why Hauts-de-France?

According to Branch Manager Guillaume Stankowiak, the Hauts-de-France region offers many advantages, including access to the Northern European market and the presence to major retailers.

"The dynamic local market and the presence of Major Retailers as well as the financial institutions offer strong growth prospects and potential for synergies with the payment methods offered by HPS. [...] The region’s close proximity to Belgium, home to many international cross-border companies, will allow us to continue growing and expanding into new major markets in 2019 while also satisfying our local clients. Nine jobs were created this year -- a number expected to double over the next two years."

ACPQualife, a subsidiary of the Moroccan group HPS

Founded in Aix-en-Provence in 2002, ACPQualife is a subsidiary of HPS, the leading provider of electronic payment solutions. It specializes in information system management and performance, particularly Software Testing and Qualification.

Today the company counts more than 100 consultants and does 25% of its business internationally.

An expansion project monitored and supported by Nord France Invest and Lille's Agency.

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