Continuum, a US-based software vendor has recently sent one of its co-founders to help manage the company’s recently launched Australian operations. Continuum provides the SaaS-based platform that allows providers to backup, monitor, troubleshoot and maintain their PC’s, servers and other endpoints that are used by small and medium-sized businesses.
Frank Bauer who was appointed as Continuum’s senior channel development manager will manage the operations of the Asia Pacific region from the Sydney office. As the managing director of the Asia Pacific operations of Continuum, Bauer will build a strong regional foundation. He will also work closely with MSPs, IT service providers and dealers of office equipment.
According to Continuum, their move was in line with the company’s growth in the region for the last two years. With the new office and team created in Australia, the commitment of the company is solidified in the region. The investment also highlights the growing importance of the Asia Pacific market to Continuum that is driven by the significant demand for Continuum software in Australia and New Zealand.
The new Continuum office represents the company’s first step in the expansion of its footprints in the highly competitive tech market. One of the local partners of Continuum is Adelaide-based service provider and 2016 CRN Fast50 Company Geek. Geek has an aggressive growth strategy and its induction into the CRN Fast50 list of fastest growing companies in the APAC region will continue to scale business without compromising the company’s reputation for excellence in customer service and immediate response.
According to Geek consultant Jon Paior, the company will be utilizing the HTG Peer Group to conduct due diligence on multiple third-party offerings. From the perspective of Geek, Continuum tops every perspective. The ease with which they ensure client on-boarding and seamless interaction with their 24/7 help desk is unparalleled.
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