Oreta has opened up a new office in Sydney, as the technology provider continues to expand across the country.
Located on 135 King Street, Oreta head of delivery Andrew Jones will take charge of operations, with plans in place to build on the five staff currently housed in New South Wales (NSW).
“Having incubated our business in Melbourne and in such a short period of time created exceptional outcomes for customers in Victoria and South Australia, the logical progression was to replicate the model in the Sydney/NSW market,” Oreta co-founder and director Rajitha Rajasingham told ARN.
“Adding to that, with the encouragement and support from our partner community it was hard to resist the magnetic pull of Sydney.
“Our recent wins in the NSW market provides confirmation that we have made the right decision in expanding our presence in NSW.”
Headquartered in Melbourne, Oreta specialises in cloud, back-up and disaster recovery, security and networking, with expertise across app integration, DevOps and managed services.
Leveraging key vendor partnerships with Telstra, Google Cloud, NetApp, Cisco, Veeam and Palo Alto Networks, the business operates across manufacturing, retail, government, health, logistics and financial services sectors.
Specifically, customers include Victoria State Government, Toyota and Rip Curl, alongside Swisse, Drakes Supermarkets and Australian Red Cross Blood Service.
“Oreta’s sweet spot is in the mid-market and enterprise space, we will be aggressively targeting these customers as well as global customers with who have their Australian offices in Sydney,” Rajasingham added.
The expansion follows a recent alliance with Google Cloud across Australia, with the provider coming on board as a Google Cloud Platform (GCP) partner and also a reseller.
“Google launching a cloud platform in your country is not an everyday occurrence and we wanted to take full advantage,” Oreta co-founder and managing director Sachin Verma told ARN at the time.
“We plan to consume Google’s ecosystem in a focused way, we want to be infrastructure specialists and we want to be known for it.”
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