IT company Dialog accredited by Monday.com as its ‘Preferred Partner’ in ANZ

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Australia-based Dialog Information Technology announced a strategic alliance with monday.com. Through this alliance, IT company Dialog has become monday.com’s launch partner in Australia and New Zealand. Israel-based monday.com is a project management tool and software provider that allows companies to manage projects, tasks and team efforts. It is a Software-as-a-Service Work OS that is employed by more than 10 lakh paying organizations across the globe.

In June 2020, monday.com inaugurated an office in Sydney, Australia and is led by Dean Swan. It plans to quickly scale its operations with 8,000 paying Australian and New Zealand organizations using their software. In 2020, the company plans to double its corporate revenue and headcount. 

About the Australian IT company Dialog

Dialog is an information technology company in Australia with offices in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Canberra, Darwin, Adelaide and Geelong. It is the country’s leading privately-owned IT consulting company with over 1,100 consultants employed nationwide. Their services also include full-lifecycle application development and managed application services along with long-term operation support.

Dialog’s Cloud and Emerging Technologies Practice allows companies to modernize and digitalize their operations. The company’s practice has helped several organizations and public sector agencies with digital transformation over the past 10 years. It is a Select Amazon AWS Partner, Premier Google Cloud Partner, Gold Microsoft Partner and now a Preferred monday.com Partner. It has also developed lasting relationships with specialists vendors such as Okta, Pulse Secure, Automation Anywhere and RingCentral.

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Dialog’s partnership with monday.com

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Head of the Cloud and Emerging Technologies practise at Dialog, Glenn Irvine says they saw that plenty of their clients were using monday.com to move their business operations to the Cloud and it was surprising to see how many organizations were trialling their software. Glenn added that the company is happy and excited to be monday.com’s launch partner in Australia. monday.com would also be training Dialog’s developers and business analysts and preparing them for the deployment of this software.

Head of ANZ partnerships for monday.com, Brock Fisher said Glenn and the Dialog Team recognized immediately how valuable a tool like monday.com will be for their customers.monday.com believes that every single employee manages something, a task, a campaign, a project, a team or an entire account. The power of monday.com is getting these things done and enabling transparency as well as accountability in a company.

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