Friday, 28 June 2013
TERMINALFOUR Wins Four New University Clients in Australia and New Zealand
TERMINALFOUR, a leading web content management company, announces that it has won four new university clients in Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) in the past six months. This represents €800,000 in new business revenue and underscores the potential for the company in the ANZ markets.
As a result of this recent growth in new business, TERMINALFOUR is now actively recruiting for sales and client support roles in Sydney and Melbourne.
TERMINALFOUR’s new university clients include some of the most progressive in the world including the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Macquarie University (Sydney) and University of Canterbury (New Zealand). The successes are underpinned by increased investment in the territories, including the opening of the TERMINALFOUR Sydney and Auckland offices.
TERMINALFOUR is a world leader in web content management for the higher education sector. It works with more than 120 institutions globally and counts some of the best known names in the UK, Ireland, Canada and the US among its customers, including Oxford University, St. Andrew’s University and the University of IIIinois at Chicago, among many others.
Higher education institutes are operating in an increasingly competitive environment as they seek to attract and retain the best graduate, undergraduate and research students. Their websites are a key marketing and recruitment tool, enabling improved interactions with students and the provision of increased services.
TERMINALFOUR’S web content management and digital engagement platform, TERMINALFOUR Site Manager, enables progressive universities to optimise their entire online presence and achieve their business goals including student recruitment, student retention, alumni donations and profile research. It provides universities with the resources to manage all of their websites, social media interaction, mobile and other communications channels.
Piero Tintori, CEO, TERMINALFOUR said, “Today’s announcement highlights the global appetite for our technology and experience, particularly within the higher education sector. We now have strong teams on the ground in Australia and New Zealand who are working with our clients to ensure they have the best and most advanced communications tools at their fingertips. We will continue to invest heavily in product development, recruitment and marketing to capitalise on all the opportunities presenting themselves in these markets.”
Posted by Editor in Chief at 06:38