- 17 July 2012 14:41
Cordys Expands Into Australia; Appoints 20 Year Software Veteran to Drive Growth
The Cordys solution encapsulates all the good elements of existing ERP “behind the scenes” with everything the Internet has to offer as the “front end”. Customers are able to orchestrate and automate all their business operations, whether they are manual or IT infrastructure centred, on premise or in the cloud, or any combination of the above. Reusing structured business logic together with the unstructured information, Cordys software establishes flexible business processes and operations that can be continuously optimised and improved, faster and quicker than ever.
Cordys CEO Art Landro highlights Cordys’ rapid growth throughout Asia Pacific as a main driver for the expansion. “Our BPMS and PaaS story and solutions are very enthusiastically received throughout Australia and the Asia Pacific region as we now serve well over 50 of the leading companies in the region. Over the past 12 months we have experienced significant growth in the number of companies that are implementing Cordys as well as expressions of interest in our solutions from this region. Australia is an important global economy, and we see a strong demand for innovative business process management software here.”
Mr Thomas brings a deep knowledge of the Australian and Asian markets, having run Australian and Asian regional sales, technical support and consulting operations for the likes of Documentum, EMC and Sherpa. “I have seen some impressive software over the 20+ years I’ve been in this industry, but I have not seen any platform that is as robust, flexible and powerful as Cordys. I was immediately drawn to the opportunity because of what Cordys software empowers customers to do for their business.”
Cordys is already used by many of the largest companies in the region, including Aegon Religare, China Unicom, China Mobile, CSC Australia, IFFCO Tokio and ING Vysya. Cordys is working locally with global partners CSC and Fujitsu who have built Australian implementation capability through their local implementations and participation in international projects.
In addition to its global partners, Cordys is building a local partner network, and is already working with Aptus International Services, a global cloud service and ICT provider based in Brisbane.
Cordys is a global provider of software for business process innovation. Global 2000 companies worldwide have selected Cordys to achieve performance improvements in their business operations such as increased productivity, reduced time to market and faster response to ever-changing market demands. Headquartered in the Netherlands, Cordys is a global company with offices in the Americas, EMEA and Asia Pacific. More information at www.cordys.com.
For more information or to reach the company’s office in Australia, please contact:
Cordys Australia Level 1 1 Queens Road Melbourne VIC 3004
Telephone: +61 (0)3 9014 9684
Shuna Boyd BoydPR 02 9418 8100
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