Tel Aviv-based robotic process automation (RPA) provider Kryon Systems, which closed on a $12 million funding round last October, is opening two new U.S. offices in New York and Atlanta, the company announced last week.
The expansion, adding to the company’s location in New Jersey, is part of the Israeli company’s desire to grow in the North American market. It has named Tony Ehrens as general manager for the Americas region to oversee this push.
“Expanding our operations in the Americas region is a truly exciting opportunity to partner with the diverse companies in industries from finance to telecommunications that call the region home,” said Ehrens. “These companies are seeking the right tools to help them compete in ever-competitive marketplaces.”
Ehrens previously worked as the senior vice president of global sales at rival RPA company Workfusion. In all, he has more than 20 years of experience in sales management and business development, according to Kryon Systems.
“Our American expansion is a critical part of our future and we’re looking forward to partnering with enterprises to achieve actionable visions and grow together,” said Harel Tayeb, CEO of Kryon Systems.
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