Thomas Duryea to grow NSW footprint
- 14 July, 2011 10:49
IT infrastructure provider, Thomas Duryea, has promoted its national cloud services manager, Nick McMenemy, as its NSW state manager.
McMenemy will be in charge of driving the Victoria-based company plans to grow its NSW footprint.
McMenemy maintains more than 17 years experience within the ICT sector. He hailed from the UK where he founded a number of IT services businesses before relocating to Australia. Prior to joining Thomas Duryea, he worked for Brennan IT.
Thomas Duryea CEO, Andrew Thomas, said it had put a three year organic growth plan in place to turn it into a $100 million business.
"Our plans are to double NSW to become 40 per cent of our business," Thomas said. “We have signed on a number of new clients in NSW and now with our expanded team, we look forward to replicating our dominance we’ve enjoyed within the Victorian market."
Thomas said the three-year plan will bring together core streams of its service lines during the last 11 years.
"We've had extraordinary success with VMware implementations, which also brought on a lot of work around storage and in recent times data management with back-up archiving and data management," he said. "We've also done some of the biggest and complex desktop automation rollouts over the years."
The company has about 100 staff on its books, but Thomas said the three-year plan will see it branch out to 200.
In October, the infrastructure provider launched its private cloud offering, Cloudium.
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