As part of its growth story, Cordys, a global provider of software for business process innovation, has extended its footprint into Australia. The company has opened an office in Melbourne and appointed software veteran, Steve Thomas as the director of ANZ operations.
Over the last year, the number of companies implementing Cordys' solutions has increased with many more evincing keen interests, noted Art Landro, CEO at Cordys.
Landro considered Australia an important global economy, where there is a strong demand for innovative business process management software.
Cordys cites the rapid growth throughout Asia Pacific as the main driver for the expansion.
The company's business process management system (BPMS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS) solutions have been favorably received throughout Australia and the Asia Pacific, with Cordys serving over 50 leading companies in the region.
Already working with Aptus International Services, a global cloud service and ICT provider based in Brisbane, Cordys is also working with global partners CSC (News - Alert) and Fujitsu and building a local partner network.
Special mention is made of the Cordys solution, as customers can orchestrate and automate all their business operations. They can be continuously optimized and improved, faster and quicker.
The fact that Thomas has a deep knowledge of the Australian and Asian markets and has tremendous experience with regional sales, technical support and consulting operations is considered as a tremendous advantage that could help to propel Cordys forward.
Thomas also commented on the robust nature of platform, the impressive Cordys software and the tremendous opportunity that it presented to customers. Global 2000 companies worldwide that have been using Cordys software have indicated a positive improvement in business operations.
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