SYDNEY, May 3, 2005: Australian software developer, InfoComp, today announces the relocation of its Sydney office to larger premises at 33 York St as a result of its consistent and impressive growth.
The move accommodates increasing staff numbers and for the setting up of a new training and testing facility to be used by InfoComp's clients. These include Macquarie Bank, JPMorgan Investor Services, Credit Suisse Asset Management, Perpetual Investments, Royal Bank of Canada Global Services Australia (RBC GSA) and Asteron (part of the Promina Group).
Robert DeDominicis, Chief Executive Officer of InfoComp said, "Our strong Australian client base, which includes some of Australia's major financial institutions, necessitated an increase in our capacity to provide world-class training and support services."
"Furnished with the latest audio visual, conferencing and desktop equipment, our new training and testing facilities are connected directly to our software development centre in Wollongong and will allow our clients to streamline their testing of new releases and to be more easily trained on new functionality that is introduced. The model can easily be expanded to include other locations as we continue to grow."
This new capacity is particularly important because InfoComp issues at least two releases of its Composer software each year, which means clients' demand for training and testing is continual.
"Almost all of our clients do more and more with Composer over time. We don't look at it like one installation - there are new products and features being launched all the time. Macquarie Bank, Perpetual, Asteron and Credit Suisse are prime examples of that," he said.
"Improving our testing and training facilities is part of our commitment to working with our clients over a long period," he concluded.