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Liferay teams up with Object Consulting to target Australian marketplace

01 Jun 2016

Liferay Australia has signed a partner agreement with Object Consulting for the Australian marketplace, as demand for platforms that can deliver digital business solutions continues to grow.

Liferay creates software that enables companies to create digital experiences on web, mobile and connected devices and is behind Liferay Portal, the open source enterprise portal software product.

Based in Australia with offices in Melbourne and Sydney, Object is focused on providing digital transformation services to government, education and commercial organisations.

According to a statement, this partnership is in line with both companies’ goal to enable customers and citizens to access and benefit from the products and services provided.

"We are very pleased to have cemented our relationship with Object Consulting with this partnership,” says Adrian Johnson, general manager of Liferay Australia.

“Object’s experience in Java and digital business transformation aligns well to the strengths inherent in the Liferay platform,” he says.

Object is training experienced Java and front-end developers on Liferay to enable them to deliver projects efficiently and achieve results, according to the company.

Object is experienced in delivering enterprise grade solutions across financial services, government, telecommunications, education, and media and sports, and the local team’s ability to partner with customers means that they can lead and deliver projects that solve a range of business problems, according  to the company.

“With the flexibility of Liferay, the robustness and scalability of the enterprise platform, and Object’s experienced agile delivery team, together, we can rapidly deliver great business outcomes that provide real value to Customers,” says Cameron Donaldson, head of delivery at Object Consulting.

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