West Australian service provider ComputerCorp has opened an office in Brisbane two months ahead of schedule.
Hugh Smith, managing director at ComputerCorp, said the company had done better than expected in the past year despite marketplace consolidation.
The reseller had also netted several new contracts, he said.
"ComputerCorp has grown steadily over that time and due to customer demand the Queensland office is now officially open," he said.
The company opened its first Victorian office in Melbourne just over 12 months ago as part of its national expansion strategy, Smith said.
"After more than 17 years of trading we remain private, in the same ownership, and profitable. Our growth is funded in its majority by retained earnings. We remain very much in control of our cashflow, pace of growth and development," he said.
The Queensland office would be managed by state manager Karl Pickering from Western Australia, who had been with ComputerCorp for about five years.
"Queensland and Western Australia have a lot of synergy. Our experience and expertise [with resources industry customers] will add value," Pickering said.
Smith said new offices helped consolidate ComputerCorp's success. The company was also seeking "opportunities" in Darwin and Hobart, he added.
ComputerCorp focused on corporate, large business, education and government customers. Its service level agreements promised that 97.8 percent of calls would be responded to within an agreed time and the provider could commission some 200 technology devices a day, Smith claimed.
In other news, company director Rod Durston was relocating to Melbourne in the new year, where he would take over the year-old Melbourne office, Smith said.
ComputerCorp earlier this year became a preferred PC supplier for whole-of-government common use contracts in Western Australia.