Thursday, 10 October 2013 12:51

Replicon sets up regional hub in Sydney

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John Kearney, VP of Sales, Replicon John Kearney, VP of Sales, Replicon

Global cloud time tracking applications vendor, Replicon, has opened its first Australian office as it looks to expand its business in Australia and more broadly in the Asia Pacific region.

Replicon announced the opening today of its new North Sydney office and the appointment of former CA Technologies executive, John Kearney, to head up its Australian sales operations.

The office will be initially staffed with four employees, with projections to double in size annually, and Kearney says the Australian operation will focus on sales and marketing support for the region, and will be “uniquely positioned to identify business trends and product requirements within Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific region.”

Replicon says the company currently services more than 200 customers in the region, from companies with fewer than 50 employees to large enterprises.

“Across industries and across the globe, the need for effective cloud time tracking has never been greater," Kearney said.

“This demand, along with the region's growing appeal to businesses, presents a unique opportunity for Replicon to reach new customers. At the same time, the office brings us closer to our established customers in the region, enabling us to deliver more personalised service.”

“As the sixth global Replicon hub, our Sydney office is a strategic move to cultivate an ecosystem of sales representatives and marketing experts in support of our valued customers in a fast-growing region," said Jon Kondo, chief revenue officer at Replicon.

“This is an exciting time for Replicon as we continue to broaden and deepen our global market presence.”

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