Acrodata makes mainland move

Tasmanian BPO and records management specialist Acrodata has expanded its operations interstate with the opening of its Melbourne office.

John Groom, company founder and CEO, described the opening as an important stage in the company’s strategy.

“Acrodata has been growing steadily over the past few years in terms of both our product offerings as well as our business’ vision. We see the Melbourne office as a major step in this growth process.”

Along with the new office Acrodata announced it has expanded its team to include Trish Wichmann as Principal Consultant, Records & Information Management, and Bob Cupitt as Director of Business Development.

“I have worked in information management for a great number of years for a variety of organisations. Having witnessed Acrodata mature in recent years I was eager to get involved,” said Ms Wichmann.

With extensive experience in marketing and sales, Mr Cupitt plans to take bold actions in moving the company forward.

“To me, this is the most exciting part of a business’ journey. I feel that Acrodata is on the cusp of a significant period of growth and I’m glad to be a part of it.”

Mr Groom also designated a major part of the company’s future development to cloud computing.

“Cloud and mobility are trends that are not going away. We have executed our own internal cloud plan and now we want to assist our clients to do the same.”

“The Melbourne move together with the cloud transition presents a big leap for us, but we are looking forward to the challenges and opportunities it presents.”

The official launch of the Melbourne office is set to take place in the coming weeks.

Acrodata is a leading provider of records and information management solutions to government and business, including large-scale digitisation projects.