Systecon opens subsidiary to take Australian business to the next level

15 maj 2019

Systecon is expanding its international presence by establishing Systecon Pty. Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Systecon Group AB. The move will accommodate the growing demands for the Opus Suite software and services in Australia and New Zealand. 

 

”We are excited to take our Australian operations to the next level and to better serve all our highly qualified customers", says Tomas Eriksson, CEO of Systecon Group, ”For us, Australia has always been a country with global reach in the LCM-area and has proven an important source of influence, business opportunities, and innovation over the years.”

 

Thales has supported Systecon as a channel partner in Australia for over 20 years. The cooperation between the companies has been highly successful in supporting and growing the Australian Opus Suite community for Systecon.  Thales and Systecon will cease to continue the current channel partner arrangement in May 2019 in support of Systecon having recently established its own presence in Australia. Systecon and Thales will continue to work closely together to continue the high standard of service delivered to customers.

 

”During our long association Thales has valued working with Systecon and its Opus Suite products. We’d like to congratulate Systecon for establishing an office in Australia”, says Glenn Thomson, General Manager of Thales Australia

 

 

For more information, please contact:

 

Andrew Perkins, Country Manager, Systecon Australia

Mobile: +61 47 682 81 48, E-mail: andrew.perkins@systecon.com.au

 

Tomas Eriksson, CEO Systecon
Phone + 46 70 311 31 17, E-mail: tomas.eriksson@systecon.se

 

 

 

About Systecon

Systecon is a leading provider of consulting services and decision support software for Systems Life Cycle Management. The market-leading software Opus® Suite is used by hundreds of organizations worldwide to find solutions for efficient operations and logistics support and low life cycle cost, including defence forces of Australia, Brazil, France, Germany, Italy, UK and US, as well as Airbus, BAE Systems, Boeing, Leonardo, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, Saab, Thales, and Thyssenkrupp.