iVision growing, adding staff

iVision growing, adding staff

Unified communications proving to be lucrative for specialist integrator

Unified communications integrator, iVision, has announced two new appointments on the back of strong growth.

The integrator announced revenue growth of 28 per cent for the financial year, for final revenues of $55 million. Its workforce also grew by 13 per cent and two further appointments have been made for senior management roles.

Richard Sample has been appointed the NSW state services manager and will be responsible for the state service delivery of the company’s videoconferencing and audio-visual related products and services.

Anthony Siketa has been appointed the manager of support services. He will be based in Melbourne and responsible for leading technical and customer service staff in delivering and supporting a range of centralised support services.

iVision managing director, Graham Williams, said he was expecting to make further appointments over the next 12 months.

“We are aiming for another 20-30 per cent growth in the next 12 months, and we’ll add additional people as we need them,” he said.

“Our growth has been the result of a new unified communications product set that is being received well at the moment.”

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