United Kingdom-based cloud consultancy and managed services provider BJSS has entered the Australian market by opening its office in Melbourne. Headquartered in England, BJSS offers software engineering, cloud consulting, AI and data solutions to its clients. The company’s new Melbourne office is the first in Australia and the APAC regions and the 14th internationally.

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The cloud consultancy aims at growing its Asia-Pacific team in order to support both existing international as well as Australian clients. They’ve hired about 150 team members to start working at the Melbourne office. 

Amir Soufizadeh, BJSS Head of International Expansion says the company is excited to continue its global expansion plans by opening its first-ever office in the APAC region. He adds that Melbourne offers substantial opportunities for the company to develop closer ties with their global clientele and embark new relationships with local businesses. Melbourne is Australia’s tech hub and is home to some of the greatest technology talent, therefore they’re looking forward to beginning this new journey.

In an announcement, Mr Tim Pallas, the Victoria’s Economic Development Minister welcomed the cloud consultancy on expanding into Melbourne. Securing the confidence and investment of an international technology company like BJSS is great news for Victoria, he said in the announcement.

As the country’s No. 1 technology city, having BJSS establish its 1st APAC office here in Melbourne will make sure they benefit from their culture of innovation as well as talented people, he adds. This would also strengthen their capabilities in domains like AI and cloud computing, he further adds.

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About cloud consultancy BJSS

BJSS is a world-leading business technology and cloud consultancy that offers fantastic digital transformation services along with software engineering, artificial intelligence and design solutions. Few of its many vendor partners are Microsoft, Amazon Web Services, HashiCorp and Google Cloud. 

The company has been in the market for the past 30 years and delivers cutting-edge and high-quality tech solutions to some of the world-leading organizations. Their goal is to offer complex business software by aligning advanced technology, engineering and customer/user-focused delivery approach.

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