Since the announcement of the Montreal office’s move to the awesome Fabrik8 building, the question on everyone’s lips is How will we mesh telework and in-office work? Let’s see if we can unpack the new telecommuting policy.
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Our Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto-based teams (comprising software architects, engineers, C/C++, C# and .NET developers, interface design experts and QA analysts) masterfully execute each stage of the app building process. From strategy, prototyping, interface design, and Agile development, to quality assurance, testing and deployment, and maintenance, support and post-launch evolutions, Spiria is with you all the way.
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In June, Spiria Montreal will move to a new office space. No worries though. We’re staying in the bustling Mile-Ex neighborhood where artificial intelligence, video game studios and other major IT players mingle so well. In fact, we’re not going far at all: we’re just crossing Jean-Talon Street to the brand-new Fabrik8 building.
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