NOBLESVILLE, Ind. -BlueSky Technology Partners, Inc., an Indiana based eCommerce technology company, has officially expanded into international territory with the opening of their new Canadian headquarters in the Toronto, Ontario area. BlueSky has experienced a steady incline of growth in 2014 serving clients throughout the U.S. Now, with BlueSky Canada established, BlueSky will begin to prospect for business opportunities in Canada as well.

BlueSky Canada hosted an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, July 17, at their new Unionville, Ontario office. The ribbon cutting celebrated the official Canada headquarters opening and the open house was well attended by local dignitaries and eCommerce industry experts.

BlueSky established BlueSky Canada on Oct. 21, 2013, and since has been hiring eCommerce experts, positioning the company for growth in Canada. Founding partners Todd Irwin and Eric Warne are forecasting solid growth for the Canadian enterprise and believe there is tremendous potential in Canada.

“Expanding internationally has been a long time goal for BlueSky,” said Warne, co-founder and president of BlueSky. “Establishing BlueSky Canada was an important milestone for BlueSky. The Toronto area is rich with talent and our prospects for growth in Canada are strong.” Founded in 2006, BlueSky has steadily grown in the U.S., lifted by a strong partnership with IBM. IBM has a large presence in Markham, Ontario, making the BlueSky Canada office location a plus for collaboration and partnering between the two firms.

BlueSky recently appointed Rob LeRoux as Manager of Canadian Operations. A lifelong resident of the Toronto area and eCommerce industry veteran, Rob will oversee the daily operations of the Canadian office.

“I’m very excited about the opportunity to expand BlueSky’s global reach into Canada,” LeRoux said. “We have a great team in place and our goal in Canada is the same as the U.S., which is to provide high quality consulting services and to grow our business one satisfied customer at a time.”