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Kiwi firm Intergen goes global

09 Apr 13

Microsoft solutions provider Intergen has officially opened its new Sydney CBD office as the company continues to enjoy strong momentum across Australia and New Zealand.

The Kiwi firm, who launched across the ditch in June 2010 with an office in Perth, also appointed Michael Morgan as the country manager for Australia.

The expansion of Intergen’s Sydney CBD office comes at a time when the company is further expanding its customer base, with customers including the Australian Rugby Union and the University of New South Wales.

With the opening of the new office, Intergen CEO Tony Stewart says the company is even better positioned to serve innovative brands within the Australasian region.

“We see incredible opportunity across the ANZ region and Australia plays a crucial part in our global growth plans," he said.

"Since we set foot in Australia, we’ve grown rapidly from two employees in 2010 to 40 employees today and aim to double in size in the next 12 to 18 months.”

Intergen’s offerings include portals, content and collaboration solutions, Microsoft Dynamics financial and relationship management, custom software development, management consulting and hosting services.

“The expansion of our Sydney office will further underpin our growth strategy and enable us to continue delivering and transforming significant business experiences,” concludes Michael Morgan.

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