Intergen is increasing its foothold across the Tasman with the opening of a Perth office on Thursday.
The company has been operating in Perth since 2007 with remote staff but this is its first physical office. Intergen staff also work remotely in Sydney.
Chief operating officer Simon Bright says the increased demand it is experiencing for its enterprise Microsoft services in Australia means the office is a logical and necessary step.
“The Intergen team is currently providing consulting services to a prominent WA institution looking to leverage a cloud computing strategy and we are looking to secure other significant contracts in the market in the coming months.”