Dapresy Canada Team – Growth and Innovation in Market Research Reporting
It should not be a big surprise that Dapresy is growing in Canada with a new office in Toronto.
After all, Dapresy’s first North American client was a Canadian telecommunications leader. And, Dapresy is well represented amongst top Canadian research firms and within enterprise market research teams spanning financial, telecommunications, loyalty, government, entertainment, non-profit, and technology – all looking for a more efficient and effective way to report market research data.
Dapresy’s VP, Jonathon Ware comments: “Toronto is not only Canada’s largest and fastest growing market research hub but is also the home to Amazon (tech hub Toronto), Salesforce, Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, and many other leading online technology and SaaS companies. Toronto has a true global presence in the SaaS space and has committed to expanding its infrastructure and growing its talent pool. Dapresy is now in close proximity to numerous market research firms like Ipsos, GfK, Nielsen, and Kantar, and many mid-size MR consulting firms. The Toronto office is in a key position to complement and enhance Dapresy’s mission to further the significant shift in thinking and acting on market research data, and in so doing, improving the poor stigma associated with currently outdated data reporting and automation processes. Dapresy’s SaaS platform – DapresyPro — enables all market researchers to improve their processes and workflows with the goal of increasing how effectively data is disseminated to, and consumed by, decision makers.”
Joining Jonathon at the Toronto office is James Bernier, Solutions Architect and Andrew Park, Business Development Manager. James comes from an analytical background and held roles at Boire Filler Group (purchased by Environics Analytics) and LoyaltyOne, where he helped grow the Airmiles program. Andrew’s background in market research makes him an ideal fit for Dapresy – he has spent years as a research consultant and worked for the research arm of Vision Critical (now part of maru/matchbox). Both James and Andrew have a deep understanding and appreciation of the growing market for data visualization in market research and customer experience reporting
Jonathon Ware notes: “I am extremely excited to continue growing the Toronto office by meeting and exceeding the expectations of our clients.”