Tech consultancy ePartners is launching in Australia with the opening of offices in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane.
ePartners' Australian offices are being established to address the needs of current and potential Microsoft Dynamics customers in Australia.
The company's president, Michael McCarthy, said companies with global operations rely on ePartners for support when evaluating and deploying business applications and tools.
"Our presence in Australia not only enhances our ability to serve existing Microsoft clients, but provides an enormous growth opportunity for ePartners," he said.
Participating in the launch Microsoft Dynamics business group director in Australia, James Simpson, said ePartners will support the software giant in executing its vertical strategy locally and provide its customers with increased value.
He said ePartners is a global Microsoft Gold Partner.
ePartners' expansion in Australia is being directed by Stephen Madeisky, CEO of ePartners Australia.
"We see tremendous opportunity in Australia. The market is growing and maturing, and having relevant industry experience and knowledge is now fundamental to success in this country," Madeisky said.
He said the company began its expansion into Asia in July 2007, when it announced the opening of three offices in China (Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin).
ePartners now has more than 25 offices in North America, Europe, and Asia.