Datacom open expanded Tauranga office

Datacom Group CEO Greg Davidson and Mayor Greg Brownless. Images: Supplied.

More than 80 staff will be housed under one roof following of the new Datacom offices in Tauranga.

The new office will also accommodate 40 additional people, leaving room for significant growth.

Datacom has a long standing presence in the regions, and this expansion is a demonstration of the company’s ongoing commitment to support regional economic development through job creation and business growth.

Datacom’s Group CEO Greg Davidson says he’s excited about the opportunities the new space will create.

“Our new, expanded Tauranga office brings our people together to share skills and ideas to create better ways of working and to enable ever-better outcomes for our customers,” Greg says.

“We want to attract great people from the Tauranga region, and also attract people looking to relocate out of the big cities. We want to bring more young people into technology, through initiatives like our graduate recruitment program, and help provide a pathway into employment.”

Tauranga Mayor Greg Brownless welcomed everyone to the new office space.

“We’re delighted that Datacom, New Zealand’s largest IT services company, is expanding its presence in the Tauranga region. Tauranga is already a dynamic place for technology focussed businesses, so Datacom’s expansion is good news for our region,” Greg says.

Greg Davidson says the expansion in Tauranga is an expression of Datacom’s confidence in its growth plans.

“Our growth is underpinned by our focus on connecting people and technology, and helping communities and organisations to a better place. We have a strong commitment to social betterment in regions throughout New Zealand. In fact, the connectedness we are seeing in the regions from local businesses, local government, iwi, education and work readiness organisations is fantastic.”

Datacom’s new Tauranga office is in the central business district on Harington Street.

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