Australian enterprise asset management software company, Mainpac, has announced international growth with the launch of Mainpac International.
It was established to support the company’s growing international business as well as the expansion of its Board.
Mainpac has added new international customers in Africa and the Middle East in the past year and expects further growth in the region.
This has prompted the Board appointment of Graham Griffiths, and the promotion of Michael Panosh to strengthen Mainpac’s breadth of management and international operations.
Panosh has been promoted to general manager of Mainpac International. It will service Mainpac’s multinational customers.
Over the last two years, Panosh has focused on asset intensive customers in ports and terminals, and in the resources sector.
With his appointment, Griffiths brings considerable management capabilities to the Mainpac Board, drawing from an extensive background in global technology companies including NCR and AT&T.
Mainpac will alter its partner development program to strengthen existing partner relations and create new opportunities to support Mainpac’s expansion and its provision of asset management software to a greater number of enterprise customers.
“Mainpac is actively seeking partners in the various regions targeted. We are in discussions with a number of partners who have demonstrated the right capabilities and market approach," Mainpac executive chairman, James Kirk, said.
“With the strategic partnerships and the new structure, we are confident we will meet the demand we are experiencing internationally.”