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Opensee Extends Reach with Office in New York

Opensee, a provider of self-service big data analytics for business users, has opened a US office, adding to headquarters in Paris and a location in London. The company says all its clients have a US presence and many of its executives previously worked in New York, making a third office a natural step. In the US, Opensee will join the fintech community at Rise by Barclays, New York in the centre of the Flatiron district, and will be overseen by US country manager Xavier Menchez, who joined the company at the start of 2021.

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