Arinco, a cloud consultancy based in Melbourne, has announced its expansion into New South Wales (NSW) with a new office in Sydney. The expansion of Arinco comes 1.5 years after inception of the company, as it looks to strengthen its presence in Australia and better serve its clients. Cloud consultancy firm Arinco specialises in cloud technology and innovation services with Microsoft as its main partner vendor. The company focuses on Teams, Microsoft 365 and Azure.
More on Arinco’s expansion to Sydney
David Lee, Director at Arinco says this is a significant milestone for the cloud consultancy and will help them deliver on their strategic growth initiatives in the New South Wales market. Chris Padgett, Co-director at Arinco said that the move is an incredibly exciting time for them as they continue building upon the momentum of the 2020 and increase their national reach in 2021. Padgett adds that Arinco takes pride in itself for building a world-class team for delivering high-quality results for leading businesses of Australia and further expansion in the NSW market is their natural next step for them.
The executive who will lead the Sydney office with Arinco has not been named by the company at this stage. Because of the current pandemic and its restrictions in NSW, the cloud consultancy will implement strategic directions from its headquarters in Melbourne.
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Arinco – an Australian cloud consultancy
Founded in 2019, Arinco is a Victoria-headquartered cloud technology provider. They are cloud native innovators that believe in building the right foundations of technology. They’ve created a team of highly skilled and talented specialists and as a firm, they focus on helping companies build next-generation apps, workplaces and infrastructure. Their key services include cloud enablement & migration, modern work, security, identity & compliance and application innovation. Arinco’s speciality services include amplified intelligence, artificial intelligence, amplified apps, amplified workforce and amplified infrastructure.
Back in August 2020, the consultancy was involved in an interesting project with Maurice Blackburn Lawyers. Through this project, Arinco tapped into Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services in order to develop a solution that can accelerate business processes via automating information extraction. This solution allowed Maurice Blackburn Lawyers to cut down the time taken for assessing the entitlement of clients to a superannuation disability insurance claim from several months down to just one phone call. Few of their other clients are MYOB, FRED, CityWestWater, JB Hi-Fi, Kmart, 7 Eleven, DPV Health, Flavorite and Alinta Energy.
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