SecureData Group (SDG) is beefing up its sales and technical forces in Canberra as part of its continued expansion in the region and a strategic decision to swell beyond the confines of being a storage specialist.
SDG managing director Evan Penn said that since the merger with Vigil Tech, a database and security company purchased in September this year, SDG has broadened its skills set substantially.
"It has taken our abilities outside of the storage and back-up market and into total infrastructure solutions," he said.
To fill the gap the company has picked up two former Quantum staff, Scott Murray, senior technical engineer, and Steve Davis, ACT sales manager, a move which inadvertently aligns the company more closely with Quantum.
"We now have an awesome set of resources in Canberra and can grow the business dramatically in this region," said Penn.
"Now we can move away from just spot work in the region to a permanent presence and ongoing commitment."
Quantum is also pleased with the tightening of the relationship with SecureData as it increases the visibility of its range in the strong government region and promises a high standard of delivery for Quantum product.