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AvePoint Opens Office in Sydney to Meet Expanding Enterprise Collaboration Needs in Australia
New facility will accelerate the delivery of award-winning products to organisations seeking comprehensive governance, compliance, and management solutions in the cloud and on premises
Jersey City, New Jersey — March 25, 2015 — AvePoint, the established leader in enabling enterprise collaboration across platforms and devices, today announced the opening of a new operational office in Sydney, Australia. The new facility is a part of the company’s ongoing initiative to deliver the highest quality service and support to its clients in the Australian market.
“We are excited to address the demand our customers are placing on us in the Australian market, and it’s clear this growth proves a need for a Sydney office,” said Garth Luke, CEO, AvePoint ANZ. “I personally want to thank the partners who have been dedicated to our success in Australia, and especially Microsoft, whose partnership has fostered our expansion in the region.”
Located at Australia Square Plaza, the Sydney office is AvePoint’s second in Australia, with its first in Melbourne.
Founded in 2001 and based out of Jersey City, NJ, AvePoint serves more than 13,000 organisations in five continents across all industry sectors, with focused practices in the energy and utilities; financial services; healthcare and pharmaceuticals; and public sector industries. With robust protection, management, compliance, reporting, and migration capabilities, as well as true, global 24/7 live support, AvePoint is the leader in governance, compliance, and management solutions that enable organisations to collaborate with confidence.
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