UXC Consulting branches out to South-East Asia
- 02 July, 2013 12:05
Australian‐owned ICT consulting services provider, UXC Limited (ASX:UXC) subdivision, UXC Consulting, has launched operations in South-East Asia with the unveiling of offices in Singapore and Malaysia.
Having operated in the region under the Lucid IT brand for several years, the company began trading as UXC Consulting from July 1.
The team will service clients in Asian markets out of the offices in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, led by UXC Consulting South-East Asia regional director, Stephen Berry.
Berry said the move follows the July 2011 merger of several Australian consulting firms into a simplified business structure and is an extension of its significant growth and presence in Australia.
UXC Consulting CEO, Nick Mescher, said the South-East Asia division is well geared to respond to the local challenges in the region.
“Our local teams in Singapore and Malaysia have been delivering outcomes for clients for several years. They understand the local markets and the challenges faced by business and government alike. The move will only strengthen local capability,” he said.
Mescher added that the region will now have greater access to deep-domain expertise and thought leadership through its six practices areas – including strategy and architecture, business transformation, IT service management, program and project management, business analysis and communications.
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