InfoReady expands into Ireland and Asia

The Melbourne-based company expects to break $20 million revenue mark next year

Melbourne-based business intelligence consultancy, InfoReady, is expanding its operations, opening its first international office in Dublin, Ireland.

The expansion is being driven by the demand in the market for 24/7 support services and the Dublin office will help with managing time differences as well as opening up new opportunities in Ireland and across the UK.

Patrick Bryan will relocate from Melbourne to head up the Dublin base.

According to InfoReady managing director, Tristan Sternson, now was the perfect time for Australian companies to launch into overseas markets.

It also has its sights set on expanding into the Asian region with plans to open a Singapore office in January.

Sternson also cited Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand as potential growth hot spots.

He anticipates the additional opportunities in these markets will help the company break the $20 million revenue threshold next year.

The five-year old company started out as a one-man show in 2008 and swelled to almost 100 staff in offices across Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. It went from one client to servicing more than 40 on its books.

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