IT services and integration company Dialog Information Technology has opened new digs on the Gold Coast in an attempt to further its presence in the Sunshine State.
The announcement follows Dialog's recent renovation of the 140-year-old Olser House in Townsville, where it also set up an office at the beginning of the month.
Dialog's move to the Gold Coast arises from a desire to be close to some of the company's large corporate clients including Warner Brothers Movie World, Seaworld Nara Resort, Conrad Jupiters Casino and Bond University.
"Establishing a local office enables Dialog to strengthen its relationships with existing clients and explore new opportunities with the increasing numbers of national and international companies that have chosen the Gold Coast as their regional base," said Alan Key, managing director of Dialog.
Dialog's Gold Coast office located in the suburb of Robina will offer the company's range of e-business and information management, application development, outsourcing and managed services offerings. Similarly the new office will increase Dialog's training capacity, also acting as a Microsoft Certified Training and Education center (CTEC) with training in Citrix, Cognos and A+ certifications also available.