News : LiveOps Opens New Technology Hub in New Zealand
Auckland, New Zealand, Feb 25, 2014 -- LiveOps Inc., a global provider in cloud contact entre and customer service solutions, opened a new global development hub to help drive corporate product development and to better serve its rapidly growing regional customer base.
The new development facility is based in the iconic Chorus building in Auckland’s central business district.
Marty Beard, Chairman and CEO of LiveOps said, "New Zealand is central to the LiveOps cloud application development program, and we are delighted to open this global development hub. This new facility will support our highly-skilled team of local engineers and developers as they continue to do such great work in creating innovative new products."
Kieron Lawson, Chief Technology Officer, Cloud Applications, LiveOps, is responsible for leading the global Cloud Applications development team from NZ. "Our team plays an integral role in the development of LiveOps’ products, and the technology we are developing is transforming our customers’ businesses all over the world. It’s great to lead a team of smart and talented Kiwi developers of this calibre."
The launch of an Auckland development hub coincides with the opening of a new data centre in Sydney, Australia to further support LiveOps’ rapid growth plans in the region, as well as ensure customers with high-speed access to the cloud-based network.
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LiveOps, Inc., a company focused on virtual contact center technology and services, enables businesses to deliver high performance call centers and high quality customer contact in the most cost-effective means possible. Its on-demand contact center applications provide an enterprise-scale virtual call center infrastructure, while its network of 16,000 agents can represent companies in an effective and professional manner. LiveOps'' solutions allow for greater flexibility, quality, scalability, control and cost savings.
Published: Friday, February 28, 2014