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UXC Consulting consolidates Canberra offices

UXC Consulting consolidates Canberra offices

New office consolidates sister companies Red Rock, Oxygen, Eclipse and UXC Connect

UXC Consulting has opened a new consolidated office in Canberra to be headed up by ACT regional director, George Katavic.

The new office includes sister companies Red Rock, Oxygen, Eclipse and UXC Connect under one roof.

In a statement, UXC said it will be able to leverage broader capabilities, generate new leads and provide value to its customer base through the other business units.

“Bringing all UXC companies together in the ACT, we can offer our clients a broader range of specialised services when combining with our UXC sister companies in the infrastructure and application space,” Katavic said in a statement. “This move will allow UXC Consulting to provide more value to the Federal and ACT Government, engage our customers more intimately and open up new opportunities to deliver advisory, delivery and training services to departments that are already working with our UXC sister companies.”

The ACT team includes strategy consultants, ITSM consultants, communications engineers, project managers, technology consultants and business analysts and is expanding further as the company continues its strong growth in the region.

UXC Consulting CEO, Nick Mescher, said the move followed on from recent consolidation in other states such as Western Australia and Queensland.

The new office is located at 18 Brindabella Circuit, Canberra Airport.

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