Sierra Sys­tems opens Un­der­wood of­fice

Shoreline Beacon - - Opinion -

Sierra Sys­tems opened a new of­fice with 25 staff in un­der­wood, the first IT ser­vice provider to open a lo­cal of­fice ded­i­cated to Bruce Power’s multi-bil­lion dol­lar, multi-year re­ac­tor re­fur­bish­ment pro­gram.

Sierra Sys­tems has worked with Bruce Power since 2012, pro­vid­ing con­sult­ing ser­vices and project re­sources.

“Bruce Power is a sig­nif­i­cant client of ours, and their suc­ces­sis­crit­i­cal­totheCana­dian nu­clear in­dus­try,” said Dave Duff, Sierra’s Vice Pres­i­dent and ac­count Ex­ec­u­tive in a Nov. 29 press re­lease.

“We look for­ward to be­com­ing part of the un­der­wood and Tiver­ton com­mu­ni­ties and con­tin­u­ing to strengthen our re­la­tion­ship with Bruce Power and their em­ploy­ees,” he said.

Bruce County War­den Mitch Twolan wel­comed Sierra Sys­tems to the re­gion and said it was great to see an IT ser­vices and man­age­ment con­sult­ing firm es­tab­lish an of­fice in one of our lo­cal com­mu­ni­ties.

“The ex­per­tise and sup­port their tal­ented work­force will bring to Bruce Power and other po­ten­tial cus­tomers across the re­gion will help ex­pand the range of lo­cal ser­vices avail­able in our sur­round­ing com­mu­ni­ties,” Twolan said.

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