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TeamViewer Marks Ten Years in Australia with New ANZ Regional Office Launch in Adelaide


TeamViewer, a global leading provider of remote connectivity and workplace digitalisation solutions, today announced the launch of its new Australian and New Zealand office in Adelaide. This coincides with the tenth anniversary of the company’s operations in Australia, serving both customers as well as an ecosystem of strong alliances, including channel partners, distributors and resellers in Australia and New Zealand. 

TeamViewer continues to go from strength to strength in supporting its growing customer base in digitally transforming their businesses and optimising processes with new technologies.  Indeed, starting with a remote access and IT support software in 2005, TeamViewer now offers powerful enterprise connectivity solutions and innovates in the field of augmented reality for frontline workers. 

During the past years, TeamViewer has not only broadened its solution portfolio but also increased the number of employees around the globe. Currently, Adelaide hosts 60% of the TeamViewer APAC team. The company also emphasises equality in its recruitment, resulting in a workforce that is 49 per cent female. In the local management team, the ratio is as high as 46 per cent male and 54 per cent female. 

TeamViewer’s customers in Australia range from governmental organisations to enterprises in financial services, mining, and the utilities sector. In Adelaide, TeamViewer benefits from a combination of strong business contacts, excellent infrastructure and residents with diverse backgrounds and language skills, which are important elements in recruiting customer support staff across APAC.                                                                                               

Sojung Lee, President APAC of TeamViewer, said, “The launch of our new Australian office marks ten years of learning, growing, and innovating together with our ecosystem in Australia and the wider Asia Pacific region. There is a massive demand from companies in Australia and New Zealand to digitalise business processes along the entire value chain, accompanied by an open mindset towards new technologies like enterprise augmented reality solutions.” 

Emad Afghani, Vice President Sales Australia, and New Zealand, TeamViewer, said, “The new office and long history of TeamViewer in Adelaide shows our commitment to the region. We are one of TeamViewer’s longest existing locations and supported the growth of the company through all the years. We have a firmly embedded culture that is determined to support the evolving technology, service, and support requirements of our customers both in South Australia and across the region.  We look forward to supporting Australian and New Zealand businesses with their ongoing transformation and delivering industry leading innovations from our hub in Adelaide though our highly skilled and exceptional team who set out to make a positive impact each day to our valued customers.” 

TeamViewer’s new Australian headquarters are located at Level 9, 91 King William Street, Adelaide.

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