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Dropbox apre un nuovo ufficio internazionale a Dublino

Dropbox, un servizio gratuito che consente agli utenti di portare ovunque con sé e condividere facilmente documenti, foto e video, ha annunciato in data odierna l'apertura di un nuovo ufficio a Dublino, in Irlanda. L'ufficio di Dublino opererà come centro operativo internazionale della società, consentendo di offrire un supporto tecnico e una competenza migliore sui prodotti ai milioni di persone che in tutto il mondo utilizzano Dropbox per semplificare la propria vita.

“Nell'ambito della missione dell'Irlanda di diventare, tra i più piccoli Paesi del mondo, il miglior luogo per fare affari, siamo riusciti a divenire il fulcro europeo per molte delle principali società digitali del mondo e l'arrivo di una tra le più importanti aziende del cloud quale Dropbox è indicativa della crescente capacità di Dublino di accompagnare la nuova generazione di società che operano su internet”, ha dichiarato il premier irlandese, on. Enda Kenny. “L'Irlanda può offrire alle società internazionali molti vantaggi, tra cui la nostra giovane, appassionata e talentuosa forza lavoro, che potrà essere senza dubbio una preziosa risorsa per Dropbox durante il suo insediamento nella nuova sede di Dublino”.

Sin dagli esordi Dropbox si è affermata come l'opportunità per un accesso e una condivisione facilitati delle cose considerate di maggiore importanza. Il nuovo ufficio internazionale della società è dislocato in modo da offrire agli utenti di Dropbox il meglio in termini di servizio e supporto in un modo più geolocalizzato. Con oltre 100 milioni di utenti in tutto il mondo (di cui più di un terzo nella sola regione europea) e la disponibilità in otto lingue dei propri prodotti, l'apertura dei nuovi uffici di Dropbox arriva nel momento ideale per supportare l'immensa crescita ed espansione aziendale.

“Siamo felici di poter essere più vicini alle decine di milioni di clienti europei”, ha dichiarato Drew Houston, amministratore delegato e cofondatore di Dropbox. "Con l'apertura della nostra nuova sede centrale internazionale a Dublino e la possibilità di sfruttare il ricco vivaio di talenti esistente in questo territorio, possiamo godere di una posizione migliore dalla quale servire più utenti a livello locale pur continuando nel contempo la nostra espansione”.

Il primo obiettivo dell'ufficio di Dublino sarà per Dropbox quello di coprire una vasta gamma di posizioni, assumendo personale commerciale multilingue, account manager e personale addetto ai rapporti con la clientela, tutte figure che dovranno poter fornire un supporto mirato ai milioni di utenti europei di Dropbox, comprese le équipe di utenti quali Thomas Cook.

“Dropbox for Teams è uno strumento fondamentale da noi utilizzato per collaborare e condividere documenti commerciali importanti mentre aiutiamo i nostri clienti a pianificare piacevolmente e senza problemi i propri viaggi”, ha affermato Mariano Albera, responsabile dei sistemi informativi presso Thomas Cook Online. “L'apertura di un ufficio Dropbox in Europa dimostra l'impegno della società nei confronti dei propri clienti aziendali europei, oltre a rassicurarci sulla grande considerazione in cui siamo tenuti in questo momento di crescita della società”.

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Informazioni su Dropbox

Dropbox semplifica la vita di milioni di persone, permettendo loro di portare ovunque con sé e condividere facilmente documenti, fotografie e video. Il servizio conta più di 100 milioni di utenti in oltre 200 Paesi. Dropbox è stata fondata a San Francisco nel 2007 da Drew Houston e Arash Ferdowsi. Per ulteriori informazioni visitare il sito

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