Monday.com is expanding its presence in the Asia-Pacific region with the opening of its new Sydney headquarters. As one of the most well-known enterprise project management and team collaboration platforms, Monday.com is looking to further engage with businesses across the region. With a strong focus on cost efficiencies and productivity gains, Monday.com is confident that its platform can help businesses reach their goals and exceed expectations.
Dean Swan remarked that the company’s growth in Australia was due to its dedication to providing an excellent online experience for its employees. Monday.com has recently opened a new office in Melbourne, Australia to better accommodate the needs of its team members.
Monday.com is one of the world’s largest online fabricators and creators of digital designs. It offers a wide range of products, including templates, design tools and services to businesses and individuals in more than 180 countries. The company has seen continuous growth in its Australian customer base over the past few years, reaching 13,000 customers by 2018. Monday.com sees significant growth opportunity in Australia as well as other markets globally due to increasing consumer demand for easy-to-use online design tools and the expansion of ecommerce platforms such as Canva and Kmart that offer shoppers more opportunities to customise their purchases.
Monday.com is prioritizing sectors in Australia that are especially relevant to the local market, such as marketing, project and portfolio management, and FSI. It also has local channel partners like Work Perfect and Upstream to help it reach a wider audience.
Monday.com is a global web-based business that offers customers in New Zealand, Singapore, and Japan localized services. It also has an office in Japan where its customers include Eisai Co. and Sony Biz Networks Corporation.
Monday.com, one of the leading technology companies in the world, has recently opened its APAC headquarters in Singapore. This move comes about a year after it opened its first European headquarters in London with plans to increase its headcount there to as much as 150 over the next several years.