Data#3 moves Sydney office to support business growth and digital transformation

October 31, 2019; Sydney, Australia: Leading Australian technology services and solutions provider, Data#3, today announced that it has relocated its Sydney office to support business growth in the region, to create an innovative working environment for customers and staff and to facilitate digital transformation.

The Sydney-based team has moved to a modern, energy-efficient facility in North Sydney that better-supports its team in delivering solutions and services to customers. The office also provides a space where Data#3 staff, customers and vendor partners can all come together to innovate and collaborate.

The new working environment is designed to support both mobile and fixed workers and provides staff with different workspaces to use based on the tasks they are looking to achieve. The space offers the latest in collaboration technology from industry-leading vendors.

To mark the occasion, Data#3 welcomed its Board of Directors, vendor partners and staff for an enjoyable evening at the new facilities, which includes a picturesque view of Sydney Harbour.

Data#3 Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Laurence Baynham, commented, “The new office is impressive and provides an environment that helps our staff to effectively partner with vendors and to deliver innovative services and solutions. This state-of-the-art office is the ideal space to support future growth in the region and I’m eager to see further great work with our customers and partners.”

Data#3 General Manager for NSW and ACT, Paul Crouch, commented, “It was fantastic to welcome the Data#3 Board of Directors and our partners to view our new office facilities. This move aligns to our local business objectives and will help us to provide our NSW customers with the technology and business outcomes they are looking to achieve. Thank you to our staff and vendors for their hard work and I look forward to continuing our journey to grow our business in the region.”

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