UXC Consulting follows sister companies into WA

Joins sister companies in Perth office as part of national consolidation plans

UXC Consulting is expanding into the Western Australian (WA) market to join its sister companies, UXC Connect, Red Rock, and Eclipse, in their Perth office.

The company said the move will allow it to better understand customers, generate new leads, and provide further value to clients.

“Now that UXC has its local and national teams together in WA, we can offer our clients a broader range of specialised services while continuing to target new clients within WA government and the mining and resource sectors,” Nayar said.

“This move will allow UXC Consulting to provide more value to WA businesses, better understand customers and identify new opportunities to deliver project advisory, delivery and training services to companies already working with other UXC divisions.”

The new UXC Consulting office is led by WA regional manager, Jay Nayar.

The WA team includes strategy consultants, ITSM consultants, communications engineers, project managers, and business analysts.

Like its sister companies, UXC Consulting will continue national consolidation with the first stage underway in Brisbane, with plans for another office in ACT to be acted on soon after.

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