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Kiwi company grows in Australia

Kiwi company grows in Australia

Intergen opens Sydney office

New Zealand-based Intergen has announced the opening of its Sydney office.

The company officially launched in Australia in June 2010 with an office in Perth, followed by the appointment of Michael Morgan as the country manager for Australia.

“We see incredible opportunity across the ANZ region and Australia plays a crucial part in our global growth plans. Since we set foot in Australia, we’ve grown rapidly from 2 employees in 2010 to 40 employees today and aim to double in size in the next 12 to 18 months," says Intergen CEO Tony Stewart.

Recently awarded Microsoft’s Gold Partner certification for its capability in Microsoft Dynamics ERP, the company believes the award is a reflection of its expertise and commitment in creating best of breed ERP solutions.

 

Intergen’s offerings include portals, content and collaboration solutions, Microsoft Dynamics financial and relationship management, custom software development, management consulting and hosting services.

 

“The expansion of our Sydney office will further underpin our growth strategy and enable us to continue delivering and transforming significant business experiences,” adds Michael Morgan.


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