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Enabling expands Australian offices

05 Feb 13

Enabling Limited has announced its expansion in Western Australia and Queensland, following rapid growth within the company.

The ANZ information technology services and consulting provider launched an office in Perth last month, following its acquisition of the Western Australia Sage business solutions division of IT solution provider.

Enabling says the new office allows the company to meet increasing demand for solutions and services from commercial customers on the west coast, giving them access to the combined experience and expertise of a larger Pacific-region group.

The office will deliver solutions and services from the Sage Business Solution Suite, including Sage 300 ERP, Sage ERP X3 and Sage CRM.

“We’re incredibly excited about the potential for this new office,” says Steve Fouche, director, Enabling.

“The Perth office demonstrates our ever-expanding focus on software business applications and support for these solutions.

"Perth is a growing, vibrant city, with first-class transportation and infrastructure making it easy to connect with all our team members and customers in the region.”

The new Perth office adds to Enabling’s existing locations in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney, as well as Wellington and Auckland in New Zealand.

At the same time of the announcement, Enabling revealed that IT services company, Magni, is joining the group in Brisbane.

Magni will become Enabling Queensland, joining existing Enabling offices in Melbourne, Sydney and Perth and Wellington and Auckland.

“This agreement will allow us better to offer Enabling’s outstanding professional services to businesses across Australia and New Zealand," Fouche says.

"Our services will be very competitive in those areas and provide the market with stronger service and support options."

The Queensland facility will officially commence operations this month.

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