Dexler Information Solutions sets up shop in Melbourne

Indian company to create 25 new jobs, says Victorian Minister for Technology

Bangalore, India-based Dexler Information Solutions has opened an office in Melbourne and expects to create 25 new jobs, according to Victorian Minister for Technology Gordon Rich-Phillips.

Dexler was established in Bangalore in 2001 as an education/training company and now has offices in Singapore, the United States and Australia.

The company opened an office in Melbourne after acquiring Online Learning Australia (OLLA), which works with AMP, ANZ Banking Group, Coles, Target, National Australia Bank and Westpac.

According to Rich-Phillips, a number of ICT companies have opened offices in Melbourne during 2014 including Indian firms Cyient Servion and Global Solutions.

“Since November 2010, the Coalition government has helped facilitate over $1 billion in new technology-related investment, creating 4,700 jobs,” he said in a statement.

In June 2014, United States technology company Asurion invested $3.7 million to set up two technical support centres in Victoria, creating 300 jobs in the state.

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