Wednesday, 19 July 2017 10:35

OutSystems boosts presence with Sydney sales office

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Global low-code application development platform and digital transformation company OutSystems has opened its first direct sales office in Sydney as part of its global expansion strategy.

According to OutSystems, it has opened the Sydney office to meet continuing demand for its services, with more than 25 enterprise clients won in the Australian market since 2012, bringing the total to more than 120 within the Asia Pacific region.

Steve Oliff, director, ANZ at OutSystems, says key clients in Australia include Atos, a global consulting and systems integration company with 100,000 employees in 72 countries, and many other organisations across major industries – such as manufacturing, telco, government, financial services, healthcare and business services.

“This is a great time for digital transformation in the Australia and New Zealand region and I am excited to be part of OutSystems, leading the organisation’s operations across the ANZ region,” said Oliff.

{loadposition}“The government has provided a lot of support and encouragement by ramping up investments in digital transformation on a national level and thus, the onus is now on companies to follow suit.

“This is an excellent opportunity for OutSystems and it is the best time for us to be present in the ANZ market, in order to support digital transformation for businesses in ANZ, enabling them to deliver better products and services to their respective customers.”


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