Lancom technology expands to Australia, opens its first office in Melbourne

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Leading IT support and software company Lancom has spread its wings to Australia, opening its first office in Melbourne. The Auckland based software company has expanded to Australia to drive growth across the ditch. 

The chief executive of Lancom technology, Waruna Kirimetiyawa, said that this was the best time to expand and have a physical presence in Australia and more specifically in Melbourne. It’s an ideal location for custom solutions and cloud service technology to expand the scope of business in the market. 

Impact of Covid-19 on Lancom Technology in Australia

While Melbourne is still recovering from Covid-19 and lockdown, Lancom Technology has introduced its new office in the city. The Covid-19 crisis is impacting the pathway of Lancom in Australia, but that does not stop the company’s growth ambitions, says Kirimetiyawa. The pandemic brings in new challenges for the software company but also has new opportunities unveiling. The office is staffed with solution architects, sales and account management teams. 

The remote working, private, cloud computing and software development companies have seen a spike in sales and improved efficiency. Lancom has plans of expansion for a few years now and they seek the pandemic as an opportunity to adapt to the current economic and social circumstances while exploring into a new arena. 

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More about Lancom Technology and its expansion

Started in 1995, Lancom Technology is the first in New Zealand to roll out Microsoft Exchange Mail Application for Lion Nathan. Over the years, they have added many clients to their sales books. The most recent of them being the acquisition with Redbrick which added 75 clients to its database. Car rental company Hertz and Barwon health are existing Australian customers of Lancom technology. The company aims to steadily grow its presence in Australia and capture clients looking for cloud services, applications and processes, as well as custom software development. 

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