Launch of our New Office in London

By Andre Lall |

Opus is constantly growing. As a result, we have decided to open an office in London, United Kingdom. It is our third office and a vital addition to the offices in Seattle and Tallinn. This way we are able to better serve our existing clients and be present for potential new ones.

Opus is a leading development company that delivers cutting-edge website development, mobile apps and design solutions to hundreds of businesses around the world. That includes top global companies such as IBM, Rovio, ElisaOMD Worldwide, SEB, Nasdaq, Telia and ERGO Insurance.

The majority of our customers are in the United States, Sweden, Finland and Estonia. The latter is where the core of our research and development team resides. So why did we feel that we needed an office in the United Kingdom?

First, communicating between our teams in Seattle and Tallinn revolves around a 10-hour time difference. Speaking between our teams was either early in Seattle and late in Tallinn. To maintain the success and productivity of a high-growth company, coordination and communication is vital. Otherwise, we can lose focus and reduce productivity.

Secondly, the work the team has done has increasingly attracted more clients in the UK as well as countries nearby, such as Ireland and the Netherlands. With a closer proximity to you guys, it is a whole lot easier to serve you the only way we know how – with the highest standards of delivery.

Our London office represents a new attitude on our part. Yes, we have always delivered innovative services, latest technologies and the best responsive websites, and continue to do so, but now we do not expect you to have to look so hard to find us!

You can now tell us what you need via the new ways to contact.

Phone: 0207 205 2170
Address: 133 Houndsditch, London EC3A 7BX

Should you have any feedback whatsoever, or like to tell the team what your business needs, you can email us at:

We are excited, and hope you are too!

Andre and the team at Opus


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