Quentic, the SaaS solution provider for Environment, Health, Safety (EHS) and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), continues to grow internationally. In November, the company has opened new branch offices in Sweden, France and Spain. The year 2019 was dedicated to international growth, which was supported by a capital funding round with Quentic’s investors in May.
Quentic, the Berlin-based software as a service provider, has opened new offices in three European countries this November. With new branches setting up shop in France, Spain and Sweden, the company now provides its software and services for Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) with local experts on the ground in ten European countries.
“We see great potential in the European market for Quentic and will continue to strengthen our sales activities to fully support and commit to our customers across the continent,” states Mark Knill, Chief Sales Officer at Quentic. “We are happy to welcome our new and dedicated colleagues in all three countries to support Quentic on this pathway.”
International application with local expertise
More than 650 companies are already strengthening their occupational health & safety, environmental and sustainability management with Quentic, many of which operate internationally. Hence, the Quentic platform and app are already in use in over 50 countries. With new offices in France, Sweden and two new locations in Spain, Quentic can support its growing customer base with dedicated EHS, sustainability and business software expertise at the local level and is better positioned to respond to the country-specific needs of these companies.
With the support of One Peak Partners and Morgan Stanley Expansion Capital, who have invested an additional €15m of growth capital in May 2019, Quentic has dedicated the year to growing internationally and is focused on becoming the European industry leader for EHS and CSR software and services. In total, the company has opened six new offices in five different European countries within the last six months, with more expected to follow shortly.