IN PICTURES: Qlik's new North Sydney office opening (+16 photos)

Software company, Qlik, recently held a party to mark the opening of its new office in North Sydney. Qlik CEO, Lars Bjork, welcomed a number of the company's elite partners to the event. There was ribbon cutting, plenty of networking, and lots of happy faces around. Here are some pictures from the event.

  • Qlik CEO, Lars Björk, with Adrian Radford, Implementation Consultant for Qlik

  • Simon Sullivan from Deloitte with Matthew Rogers, SI Partner Manager A/NZ for Qlik

  • (L-R) Joyce Brown, Engagement Manager, A/NZ for Qlik; Michael McDaid, ABF Taskforce; Marcos Joffly, ABF Taskforce; Qlik A/NZ marketing director Lisa Fenelus; Stuart Ward, Market Development Director, FSI APAC for Qlik, Tony Hutton; ABF Taskforce; Juan Martin, Principal Consultant for Qlik; Pedro Carrilho, Regional Manager, Professional Services, A/NZ for Qlik

  • Qlik showed everyone they know a thing or two about striking visualisations.

  • Qlik CEO Lars Björk with Sharryn Napier, Vice President & Regional Director, A/NZ at Qlik, before the official ribbon cutting.

  • The Qlik crew filling up the new office.

  • The new office is pretty sweet.

  • Qlik CEO Lars Björk discussing some the latest advancements from the company with Yang Yang, Senior Solution Architect for Qlik

  • There was a lot to discuss beyond just the new office space.

  • Stoyan Arnaudov CNH Capital Australia, Juan Martin, Principal Consultant for Qlik

  • Qlik CEO, Lars Björk with Marcos Joffly for ABF Taskforce

  • Qlik CEO Lars Björk with Sharryn Napier, Vice President & Regional Director,A/NZ at Qlik, and Rachael Knoblanche, A/NZ Director, Performance, Systems & Innovation for Sydney Local Health District

  • Brett Thebault – Director, Aginic and Marty Conneely, Director for Aginic (Qlik Elite Partner)

  • Tim Rosser Client Solutions Director at ABM Systems with Melanie Lofthouse Enterprise Account Manager - NSW Public Sector for Qlik

  • Sharryn Napier, Vice President & Regional Director, A/NZ at Qlik addressing the crowd.

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