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Datacom Open South Australian Office
- 09 October, 2006 11:09
<p>New Team Fronts Big SA Push by National IT Outsource Company</p>
<p>Adelaide, Australia – 9th October 2006: Datacom, the largest independent, professional IT services provider in Australasia, today announced the opening of a new office in South Australia and the appointment of a new executive and operational team.</p>
<p>The South Australian office, registered under the name Datacom Systems SA Pty Ltd and located at 96 Sir Donald Bradman Drive, Hilton will be led by a well known team comprising managing director Darren Williams and chairman, Mick O’Rourke.</p>
<p>In opening the office Datacom chief executive officer Mr Michael Browne said. “We are delighted to be making this strategic investment in the South Australian market in line with our well published APAC wide investment and growth plans. I am particularly pleased that we are launching with a strong IT team of seven staff led by Darren and Mick. Darren is well known in SA IT circles from his time at Commander and Mick from Centari Systems and HP. Together our staff have decades of IT experience in the SA market.”</p>
<p>According to Darren Williams it is the flexibility and scalability of Datacom’s IT services that will be so appealing to SA clients. “While our team here in SA, with Datacom’s staff of 2100 people in support, will engage clients we have on a national basis like Norfolk Group Holdings, Defence Force Recruiting and Medibank Private, it is what we can do for local SA based companies that is particularly exciting to me,” he said. “We are an ANZ based company that can easily adapt and adjust to our clients business needs.”</p>
<p>“Whether small local companies or large ones we expect our local team with the support of our national folk will provide a friendly, competent and flexible service to the local SA IT user, we are very excited to be making an investment in the South Australian economy at this time” said Michael.</p>
<p>Datacom, with over 2000 staff in four countries, has supplied its Systems and Contact Centre solutions to a wide variety of Australasian businesses for over 40 years. Founded in New Zealand in 1965, Datacom Group is 30% owned by New Zealand Post and 70% by private shareholders. Datacom began operations in Australia in 1992.
Datacom is a unique provider of “partial-to-full” spectrum IT support and services including LAN/WAN technical support, data centre hosting including disaster recovery design and operations, consulting and project management, service desk, models and IT Procurement.
Datacom promotes a “free-form” services solution that aligns solutions with client business reality.
Datacom is also the industry specialist in; the provision of contact centre solutions to technology companies and other industry segments such as government, sales force and marketing programs and customisable CRM and telephone delivery across Australasia.</p>
<p>For more information visit www.datacom.com.au</p>
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