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Intergen opens office in Sydney CBD

Intergen opens office in Sydney CBD

Lists big customer wins among growing client base as reasons for the move

Drinks at the Sydney CBD office launch. From left to right: COO and director, Simon Bright; director, Wayne Forgesson; country manager, Michael Morgan; independent chairman, Richard Westlake.

Drinks at the Sydney CBD office launch. From left to right: COO and director, Simon Bright; director, Wayne Forgesson; country manager, Michael Morgan; independent chairman, Richard Westlake.

Wellington-headquartered Microsoft solutions provider, Intergen, has expanded its Australian footprint by opening a new office in Sydney CBD.

The company first launched in Australia in June 2010 and has had Michael Morgan at the reigns since August 2012 as country manager.

Intergen cites its growing and strong customer base as reason for the move to the east coast, naming Southern Cross Austereo, the Australian Rugby Union (ARU), University of New South Wales (UNSW), and Coates Hire as key recent client wins.

“We see incredible opportunity across the Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ) region and Australia plays a crucial part in our global growth plans,” Intergen CEO, Tony Stewart, said.

“Since we set foot in Australia, we’ve grown rapidly from two employees in 2010 to 40 employees today and aim to double in size in the next 12 to 18 months.”

Wellington and Australia aside, Intergen is also located in Auckland, Christchurch, and Dunedin in New Zealand, and Seattle in the US.

The company offers portals, content and collaboration solutions, Microsoft Dynamics financial and relationship management, custom software development, management consulting, and hosting services.

It was recently awarded Microsoft’s Gold Partner certification for capability in Microsoft Dynamics ERP.


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