JRNI Opens Its First U.S. Development Office in Manchester, New Hampshire
May 29, 2019
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Office Supports Company’s Aggressive U.S. Growth and Hiring Plans in 2019
MANCHESTER, N.H. – MAY 29, 2019 – JRNI, Inc., formerly BookingBug, the leading customer engagement platform for omnichannel conversion, today announced that it has opened its first U.S. development office in Manchester, N.H. as part of its aggressive U.S. growth and hiring strategies this year.
Located in downtown Manchester, JRNI’s new office headquarters the company’s U.S. development operations led by a team of front-end developers. The office, which includes various working spaces and meeting rooms, is JRNI’s second U.S. base, and located close to the company’s Boston, Mass. office.
“Manchester represents the next step in our U.S. growth because the city is a vibrant technology and entrepreneurial hub that boasts top talent from the state’s top universities,” said Nick Barnes, JRNI’s head of customer experience, U.S. “The office nicely complements our development efforts in London and guarantees that we have a team available around the clock. We’re looking forward to immersing ourselves in the Manchester community, and growing our development operations in New Hampshire.”
“Downtown Manchester is a perfect fit for JRNI because they can attract local college graduates who want to live and work in a fast-growing and challenging technology community,” said Michael Bergeron, New Hampshire Department of Business and Economic Affairs’ senior business development manager. “We’re very excited to welcome JRNI to the Manchester technology community and support them in their hiring initiatives.”
JRNI has bold hiring plans for its Manchester and Boston offices as it continues to grow rapidly in the U.S. this year. For more information about JRNI’s current and future career opportunities, please visit here.
About JRNI, Inc.
JRNI is designed to facilitate powerful human-to-human experiences that increase conversion and revenue, customer loyalty, and lifetime value. Forward-thinking executives from companies like U.S. Bank, ANZ, John Lewis & Partners, and LEGO rely on JRNI’s AI-driven scheduling engine to deliver predictive actions across touchpoints - appointments, events, concierge, queuing - and optimize resources to deliver superior quality of experience. To learn more, visit www.jrni.com.
Director of Public Relations
JRNI (formerly BookingBug)