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GeoOP to build global partnerships with Leanne Graham


GeoOP to build global partnerships with Leanne Graham at helm


Award winning online job management software provider GeoOP is attending and exhibiting at Xero’s Xerocon conference in Auckland this week, hot on the heels of its appointment of Leanne Graham as its new CEO. Graham is the former Country Manager of Xero and an IT sector investor. Xero is the NZ-headquartered leading provider of online accounting software operating in four regions globally with customers in 100 countries.

In her new role, Leanne will lead GeoOP in its global expansion plans, by helping to build strong international channels and strategic partnerships. Leanne will also focus on securing further investment to assist with GeoOP’s rapid growth.

GeoOP’s online job management solution is for businesses with mobile employees. GeoOP streamlines business processes such as job scheduling, quotes, time and materials tracking, invoicing (via Xero) and inventory (via Unleashed). It supports popular platforms such as iPhone, iPad and Android phones and tablets.

Kicking off an exciting New Year, GeoOP is well prepared for Xerocon. 2013 is the year of the snake and the rise of the cloud and it’s going to be bigger and better than ever before!

Xerocon is being held in the brand new state-of-the-art Viaduct Events Centre in Auckland City on 21 and 22nd February. The event is split into two days. The first day is the API day; where the Add-on Partners learn about the latest online software available on the market, and the future roadmap of the Xero API. People can also get recertified with Xero for the next 12 months, by attending an afternoon refresher course.

The day will continue with welcome drinks and networking.

Day two of XeroCon is where everything happens and people come from all over the country (and the world!) to be a part of it. There are valuable seminar-style sessions to attend throughout the day, and fantastic opportunities to visit all Add-ons at their stands scattered around the venue.

GeoOP will be on the hunt for more resellers, so for accountants/bookkeepers and other businesses with clients in the services industry or other clients with a mobile workforce - this is the ideal time to shake hands and find out more!

The day will end with a beautiful gala dinner and awards ceremony.

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