Codibly Inc. was incorporated to manage the US-based accounts of the Polish software house, which specializes in creating custom solutions for the renewable energy industry. Its goal is to strengthen existing relationships and acquire new customers. Company executives say the decision to take their collaboration with Ross Smith to the next level was an obvious choice.
Bartosz Majewski, CEO of Codibly, says: “Ross was acting as an Advisor to the Executive Team, supporting Codibly’s continued expansion into the US market for some time now. He worked not only with the company’s executive board but also advised our middle management and collaborated with the project teams. He shared insights and passion with the Codibly team members across every seniority level. We are sure that with all his knowledge and experience, he is the right person to run the US Codibly branch.”
Ross Smith asked Spencer Borison, with whom he worked previously, to run Codibly Inc.’s daily operations in the US market. “Spencer proved himself to be a self-starter, able to work independently to provide the highest level of expertise to the customers he worked with” – said Ross Smith.
Spencer Borison says: “I am excited to join Codiby at a time of rapid growth, working with some of the preeminent leaders in the green energy transition. Codibly is uniquely positioned to support clients across North America grappling with the challenges and opportunities brought on by this transition. Combining a deep team of software development talent based in Poland and an agile North American presence, Codibly offers clients energy sector expertise unrivaled by other software houses while maintaining competitive rates to empower clients to manage the technical complexities they face.”
Ross Smith adds: “Spencer and I are thrilled to join Codibly in the mission of delivering world-class software solutions, which help reduce the carbon footprint. We were previously involved in projects aiming at decarbonization and sustainability goals, and we need to keep up with the good work for the planet.”