o9 Solutions, a leading enterprise AI software platform provider for transforming planning and decision-making, today announced its expansion into Australia and New Zealand to support its growing customer base in the region as demand for the company’s innovative planning and decision-making platform continues to rise.
“Delivering value to our global customers is our top priority, and the Australian and New Zealand markets are incredibly important to o9,” said Igor Rikalo, President and Chief Operating Officer, o9 Solutions. “Companies across a wide range of industries in Australia and New Zealand are increasingly seeking out o9’s innovative, AI-powered Digital Brain platform to drive greater integration and adoption of advanced analytics in their planning and execution processes. Building up our local presence in the region is crucial to ensuring we are the partner of choice for organizations embarking on a journey to digitally transform their supply chain, commercial, and integrated business planning capabilities.”
o9’s team in Australia and New Zealand includes enterprise technology veterans and supply chain experts who bring wide-ranging expertise and experience in solving complex business challenges, driving digital transformation, and delivering next-generation planning solutions. The expansion follows o9’s most recent financial announcement announcing that the company more than tripled its annual recurring revenue (ARR) in Q1’22 compared to the same period a year ago. This growth was fueled predominantly by new customers worldwide.
Alejandro Rosales, o9’s Sales Director for ANZ, stated, “o9 is dedicated to delivering outstanding value for our customers. Establishing our presence in Australia and New Zealand will help us achieve this goal. Our team is spread between Sydney and Melbourne, Australia, with Auckland, New Zealand on the horizon. Our ongoing expansion in this important corner of the world will allow us to more closely collaborate with customers and local partners to bring o9’s innovative platform to the local market.”