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IntegrationWorks opens Melbourne office

IntegrationWorks opens Melbourne office

Expands with the help of YBF and NZTE's business accelerator program

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Specialist integration consultancy, IntegrationWorks has opened a new office in Melbourne in conjunction with the York Butter Factory (YBF) and NZTE’s business accelerator program.

IntegrationWorks focuses on creating connectivity between premise, hybrid and Cloud systems, and will be targeting enterprise clients particularly in the banking and finance sectors.

It has a team of 50 integration architects, developers, program managers and support staff that will support clients across both the Melbourne and New Zealand based offices in Auckland and Wellington.

Inside the new IntegrationWorks Melbourne office
Inside the new IntegrationWorks Melbourne office

“We’ve found that Victorian enterprises and the wider Australian market has a growing appetite for digital transformation via cloud based or hybrid offerings,” IntegrationWorks Australia managing director, Ian Richards, said.

“We’re a company that is aiming to crack a huge market, particularly in the banking and finance industries, so it makes sense for us to align with resources and local intel provided by YBF and the team at NZTE.

"While we focus on building comprehensive integration solutions for our clients, our networks with the YBF community will increase our relationships and offer up opportunities to partner with other innovative tech-enterprises in Melbourne.”

Inside the new IntegrationWorks Melbourne office
Inside the new IntegrationWorks Melbourne office

YBF business liaison officer, Sahand Bagheri, said the NZTE-YBF Accelerator Program presented an opportunity for New Zealand technology companies to gain access to a network of startups, industry partners, specialist advisors and investors.

“We believe that the consistent introduction of innovative and globally ambitious companies such as IntegrationWorks will not only serve to further strengthen Australia’s startup ecosystem but also benefit the large corporates by giving them access to more high-quality technology providers and companies that will improve their technological capabilities,” Bagheri said.


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