UK tech company BJSS establishes APAC HQ in Melbourne


Tuesday, 24 November, 2020


UK tech company BJSS establishes APAC HQ in Melbourne

BJSS has expanded to Australia, with the company’s first location in Melbourne set to grow its team to support the company’s existing international and regional Australian clients. BJSS expects to grow its Melbourne operation to a team of 150 IT consultants, who will support the company’s technology, engineering, consulting, cloud, data and AI services.

Victorian Minister for Economic Development Tim Pallas welcomed the news, stating that securing the investment of a global tech company such as BJSS is great news for Victoria.

“As Australia’s number one tech city, having BJSS set up its first Asia–Pacific office here in Melbourne will ensure they benefit from our culture of innovation and highly skilled talent, while also strengthening our capabilities in areas such as artificial intelligence and cloud computing,” said Pallas.

Established in 1993 in Leeds, United Kingdom, BJSS is a technology and engineering consultancy with over 1500 staff members. Melbourne will be the company’s 14th location, and will support other BJSS locations in the UK, the USA and Europe.

Amir Soufizadeh, Head of International Expansion at BJSS, said the company is excited to continue its international expansion by opening its first office in the APAC region.

“Melbourne provides a significant opportunity for us to develop closer ties with our global clients and establish new relationships with local organisations. We’re looking forward to getting started,” said Soufizadeh.

BJSS delivers high-quality, world-class technology solutions to the world’s leading organisations, by aligning a strong engineering heritage with advanced technology, user-focused design and its collaborative Enterprise Agile delivery approach.

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