After three years of 100 per cent year-on-year compound growth, Melbourne-based mobility technology company, Leopard Systems, is expanding its presence in New South Wales and Queensland.
“We’ve always serviced the Sydney market, however with a number of local clients we now have a robust business case for a local office,” said Paul Fuller, Leopard Systems newly appointed regional sales manager for New South Wales and Queensland.
“With tougher times ahead for many businesses mobility technology is no longer a luxury. Being able to transfer data to head office wirelessly and in real time will be essential for operating a profitable business.
“And our new office in Botany means companies no longer have to put up with different suppliers for their mobility software, hardware and back-end integration, and getting stuck in the middle trying to resolve system problems.”
A Sydney local and ex-professional rugby league player, for the past 14 years Fuller has been helping a Melbourne-based telecommunications company consolidate its position in the Australian, New Zealand and South African markets.
“Stepping away from being a professional sportsman was tough at the time, but I seem to have found my niche working with entrepreneurial companies and helping other businesses to become more profitable,” he said.
“As technology gets more capable and sophisticated, companies want a trusted personal contact – someone local, someone who can be there at short notice and someone to speak with face-to-face.
“And above all, a single point of contact so they don’t get the run around between IT suppliers.”