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NetSuite moves into Melbourne

01 Mar 11

NetSuite has expanded its Australian operations with the opening of a new office in Melbourne.


The new office will provide sales, support and services for the company’s cloud solutions in Victoria and South Australia. 


Customers set to reap the benefits include BearingPoint, the Seaga Group, Energy Matters and Primavera.


The company says its customer base in Australia has grown substantially, with its 500th customer recently signed. 


NetSuite sales executive, Rick Lanman, will head up the new office with an aim to drive new business in the Victorian and South Australian markets.


Mark Troselj, APAC Managing Director of NetSuite, said, "Our growth in Victoria has reached a level of momentum which enables us to establish a direct presence in Melbourne and dedicate resources to supporting our customers and partners.”


The new office is located at 1 Queens Road, Melbourne VIC 3004. 

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