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Asperii Expands UK Office

Asperii announces an expansion of its presence in the UK due to increased demand within the region. 

Tel Aviv, Israel (Feb 1, 2021). Asperii, a global Salesforce Consulting Partner with focused expertise in field service management, announces an expansion of its UK office. 

The COVID-19 global pandemic has forced many businesses to rethink their Field Service management operations, which has significantly increased the demand for Asperii’s customized and individualized solutions across the EMEA regions. This demand has motivated Asperii to open an office in Germany, and to expand the UK office by bringing in Salesforce and Field Service experts, Gerry O’Neill and Danny Arthur.  

“We’re incredibly excited to have Gerry and Danny help strengthen our European presence,” said Yaniv Butel, Co-CEO at Asperii, “Businesses, particularly those who rely on field service, are struggling in the wake of the pandemic. We at Asperii are dedicated to helping businesses get back on their feet by helping them to adapt to today’s new reality, and we know that Gerry and Danny are big pieces of that.” 

Gerry O’Neill, a software industry veteran, joins Asperii as Country Sales Lead for the UK and Ireland. Gerry has over 25 years of experience, 9 of which were spent at Salesforce, within customer service operations and workforce management. Gerry will build on Asperii’s success in the UK and Ireland as a world-class Salesforce Field Services Partner.  

Joining Gerry is Danny Arthur, a Solution Consultant who brings over a decade of experience spanning multiple Field Service sub-domains. Danny will be responsible for Asperii’s trailblazing customer-centric and design-led approach to helping companies leverage their Service technology agility, across the Salesforce ecosystem. 

With the expansion of the UK office, Asperii is uniquely positioned to consistently deliver customized and individualized Salesforce Field Service solutions to any company in need throughout the UK and Ireland.