A recession-proof technology company

After three years of 100 per cent year-on-year compound growth, a mobility technology company is leveraging continuing success by expanding into a new market.

Despite worsening business conditions, Melbourne-based Leopard Systems has expanded its operations in a bid to consolidate its presence in NSW and Queensland.

The company’s newly appointed regional sales manager for NSW and Queensland Paul Fuller said while it had been servicing the Sydney market, with a number of local clients the company now had a robust business case for a local office.

“Our new office in Botany means companies no longer have to put up with different suppliers for their mobility software, hardware and back-end integration, and getting stuck in the middle trying to resolve system problems,” Mr Fuller said.

“With tougher times ahead for many businesses, mobility technology is no longer a luxury.

“Being able to transfer data to head office wirelessly and in real time will be essential for operating a profitable business,” he said.

A Sydney local and ex-professional rugby league player Mr Fuller has been helping a Melbourne-based telecommunications company consolidate its position in the Australian, New Zealand and South African markets.

“As technology gets more capable and sophisticated, companies want a trusted personal contact – someone local, someone who can be there at short notice and someone to speak with face-to-face.

“And above all, a single point of contact so they don’t get the run around between IT suppliers,” he said.

Leopard Systems offers a range of mobility programs including the hardware, software and back-end integration, coupled with aftermarket care, to eliminate the need for third parties.

Its clients include Australia Post, Country Road, Kings Transport, Couriers Please, Bunnings and Coles Express.

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