Three Victorian IT companies spread their wings in Beijing
- 22 October, 2013 17:11
Three Victorian IT companies, SmartTrans, Business Intelligence Technologies and Rectifier Technologies Pacific, have signed significant new agreements in Beijing.
This was a part of the Victorian coalition government’s 2013 super trade mission to China.
SmartTrans will work with China-based early childhood education provider, 123 Education Development, to service and provide all of its online and mobile requirements.
SmartTrans director, Ian Tang, is also a director of the 123 Education Development group of companies.
The other deal involves a collaboration between Business Intelligence Technologies and China Advancement Association for Private Science and Technology Enterprises (CAAPSE). It will design, integrate and develop technology solutions for deployment across the country.
Business Intelligence Technologies founder and CEO, Raghu Iyer, said the collaboration will accelerate the adoption of its products and services into the large and very important market in China.
Rectifier Technologies Pacific has also inked an agreement with Sichuan Yimikang Environmental Tech to provide its RT15 Uninterruptible Power Supply system into the Chinese data centre market.
Victoria minister for manufacturing, David Hodgett, said this will capitalise and enhance opportunities developed through the 2012 Super Trade Mission to further strengthen the Victorian investment relationship with China, and generate substantial new exports and jobs for the state.
“These agreements between Victorian companies and their Chinese partners are outstanding manifestations of Victoria’s global reputation for the provision of ICT goods and services,” he said.
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