New Canberra office for xAmplify


Thursday, 02 December, 2021

New Canberra office for xAmplify

xAmplify, an Australian provider of high-performance IT service and sovereign secure AI technologies, has officially opened its new head office in Canberra, positioning the company to accommodate rapid growth in demand for AI.

Officially opened by Senator for the ACT and Minister for International Development and the Pacific Zed Seselja, the event was attended by xAmplify’s clients, Canberra’s AI, technology and media communities, as well as representatives from government
departments.

Minister Seselja congratulated xAmplify on their significant growth over the past three years and thanked them for their commitment to advancing Canberra AI technology.

“Businesses like xAmplify are the life blood of the Canberra community, employing local talent into high-tech roles and providing services to both government and the private sector.

“xAmplify is an outstanding example of the innovations emerging from our local Canberra technologies industry.

“What is especially pleasing to see is the work done by xAmplify in the ACT, bringing significant economic benefits to our region,” Minister Seselja said.

xAmplify CEO Ken Maxwell said, “The decision to expand our presence in Canberra was a logical step in our business growth strategy.

“The technology and AI industries within Australia are seeing rapid growth, and the importance of having an Australian sovereign business providing world-class tech to government and Australian industry is more vital than ever.

“Our increased presence in Canberra will ensure we are best placed to ensure our government and private sector clients are receiving the best advice on IT and AI solutions from local security cleared experts.”

Image caption: xAmplify CEO Ken Maxwell and Minister Seselja.

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