Allocate Software opens new office in North Sydney
- 15 February, 2013 12:39
Workforce and compliance optimisation vendor, Allocate Software, has opened a new office in North Sydney.
Allocate Software A/NZ general manager, Peter Croft, said the move enables the company to accommodate growth in its business operations across both Australia and New Zealand.
“The new office will help us to scale our business, accelerate our presence in defined target markets and provide Australian organisations with enhanced service and support,” he said.
NSW minister for health, Jillian Skinner, who officiated the opening ceremony, said she welcomes the move by companies such as Allocate Software as it brings more jobs and economic opportunity to NSW.
“Allocate Software is now part of a great business community and environment here in North Sydney, which has many strategic advantages for a new and growing business. Job creation is a key focus of the NSW Government,” she said.
Over the past two years, the company’s momentum has seen it grow to include more than 70 customers across the healthcare, defence, maritime, offshore engineering, and cruise and ferry sectors.
Its Australian customers include the Australian Army, the Royal Australian Navy, and NSW Health.
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