Enabling expands into WA and QLD

Opens office in Perth; joins forces with Magni

A/NZ IT services provider, Enabling, is expanding into the Western Australia and Queensland regions, following its rapid growth within the region.

The company opened an office in Perth following its acquisition of Sage’s business solutions division in Western Australia, and plans on expanding into Brisbane as a result of Magni joining the Enabling group.

The new Western Australian office allows the company to meet the increasing demand for solutions and services from commercial customers on the west coast, giving them access to a larger Pacific-region group, Enabling said in a statement.

Enabling’s Western Australia office will deliver solutions and services from the Sage business solution suite. “The Perth office demonstrates our focus on software business applications and support for these solutions. Perth is a growing city, making it easy to connect with all our team members and customers in the region,” said Enabling director, Steve Fouche, said.

Its partnership with IT services company, Magni, will result in Magni becoming Enabling Queensland. “This agreement will allow us to better offer Enabling’s services to businesses across A/NZ. Our services will be very competitive in those areas and provide the market with service and support options,” Fouche said.

The Queensland facility will officially commence operations this month.

The company also recently hired Judd Sandstorm as the director of the new Brisbane-based Enabling office.

Sandstorm previously served as a team member of Enabling before starting his own IT solutions business.

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