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Promapp drives business growth in Australasia and Europe

Promapp drives business growth in Australasia and Europe

Promapp announces new additions to board as it seeks to expand its presence in Australia and move into the European market with UK based distributor Spedan Limited.

Auckland 27 November 2012 – Successful Kiwi Business Process Software Provider Promapp Solutions is expanding into Europe due to strong growth in both New Zealand and Australia. The company has appointed Mike Carden, founder of Sonar6 and Mike Smith, ex-Chief Executive of Oxygen Business Solutions to its board as part of its international expansion strategy.

“Promapp is at a pivotal stage in their growth as a team and as a business,” Mike Smith says. “As a cloud provisioned, high ROI enterprise solution, the potential for the company to globally carve out a niche is very real - in fact it is already underway.”

Mike Smith, ex-Chief Executive of Oxygen Business Solutions, a leading specialist SAP consulting services company across Australia and New Zealand is joined on the board by Mike Carden, now Vice President, Small Business Operations at Cornerstone OnDemand after its acquisition of Sonar6 in March this year. Each appointment brings international expertise which will aid in propelling Promapp into international markets.

Promapp, a Deloitte Fast 50 company in 2010 has also appointed UK based Spedan Limited, to manage the distribution rights for Europe. Adam Faiers, Spedan CEO, is excited about the prospect of introducing Promapp to the European market.

“I’ve worked with Promapp for four years as a customer at SAI Global and when this opportunity arose I jumped at it,” Faiers says. “The system is simple and user-friendly, and remarkably affordable. I’ve not seen anything that comes close!”

Promapp supported its expansion plans further by launching a new release, 4.0, on 19 November. Promapp 4.0 provides further opportunities for development in business process improvement and quality management and clients are already expressing their delight at this new release with sets a new standard in usability and simplicity in the BPM industry.

“We’ve got good growth opportunities in the New Zealand and Australian markets, and also surprisingly, Europe.” Promapp CEO Ivan Seselj says. “We have appointed a number of new staff members in various key roles of marketing, consultancy, software development and office administration to support our growth and are excited by the opportunities.”

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