simPRO steps up offshore push

simPRO Software Pty Ltd

Friday, 04 December, 2015

Australian company simPRO Software has stepped up its international expansion plans with the opening of a new office in the Cambridgeshire town of St Ives, in the United Kingdom.

The Brisbane-based group also has offices in Boulder, Colorado and in New Zealand.

As part of the company’s aggressive growth campaign in the UK, simPRO has also completed a number of senior appointments, including additions to the management team, and new salespeople and trainers.

simPRO Software provides leading-edge job management software for the trade services industry. The cloud-based system helps users to refine processes, improve profitability and increase productivity. Clients range from small contracting operations through to corporate enterprise with thousands of staff.

simPRO Software CEO Brad Couper said the new office and expansion of staff provided the company with the capacity to continue growing its subscriber base.

“We will be looking to significantly expand our foothold in the UK and the US over the next couple of years and our investment in new offices and new people is testament to the confidence we have in the UK market,” he said.

simPRO UK Managing Director Lynelle Hills said: “These are very exciting times for us and we’re delighted to have moved to James Hall on the Business Park in St Ives.

“We were attracted to Cambridgeshire because we recognise that Cambridge has an international reputation for being a technology hotspot. St Ives is close to Cambridge but benefits from great network links to enable our field-based staff to travel to the head office easily,” she said.

“The move puts us in a strong position to grow rapidly in the UK.”

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