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Expanding Teams to Meet Digital Demands

MELBOURNE VIC, AUSTRALIA 13 January 2020: The team from EnterpriseCreativeCloud (ECC) is expanding to meet future technology demands for transformation services and cloud platforms.

For the past few years, ECC has been working closely with a number state government agencies and private businesses to help clients, their teams and customers transition to future digital workplaces — and there is no sign of slowing. 

“I am delighted to welcome our highly experienced additional team members, who are equipped in software architecture; front end and back development; design; cloud platform integrations; APIs and customer and user experience (CX/UX),” said Ross Peacock Director of Digital Products, Services and Cloud Solutions.

“We’re rapidly expanding in Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth so we can stay ahead of our clients who are experiencing a constant pace of digital change and our clients are looking to our teams to help them realise and deliver on their future digital strategy.

“Right now, we’re investing heavily into hiring the right people, with the skills and shared values that go into our co-design, collaborate and innovate ethos,” said Ross.

ECC team’s support the full client and customer transformation journey, from the design and integration of digital products and services, through to engagement and change principles. Our teams’ build lasting client relationships, so we can help our clients achieve their digital agenda.

With a strong pipeline of work, ECC is recruiting for additional positions in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth and Brisbane. 

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