AnyLinuxWork is all decked up to participate in the 10th CeBIT Australia Show due to be held from May 31st to June 2nd in Sydney. Like always ALW is focused. And this time the company is targeting the growing need for software start-ups in Australian Software Industry.
ALW considers it an absolute honour to be among the 600 companies showcasing their software products and services before as many as 30,000 visitors in CeBIT Australia 2011. Team ALW is focused towards its offerings and is mainly targeting two areas namely outsourcing of open source development in LAMP – PHP, and joint venture/collaboration with a local IT Company. AnyLinuxWork is also going to use its existing client references to generate more business from Australia.
But there’s always a reason behind what we do. We aren’t targeting Australia because we are participating in CeBIT. There is enough number of reasons as to why Australia could be a great market for companies like us.
First of all, Australia is the 13th largest economy in the world. Even during the financial crisis, Australia had kept growing and managed 0.732% economic growth, all thanks to its commodity exports. For the record, over the last two decades, Australia’s economy has experienced positive reforms that have boosted its economy, and raised its standard of living. In 2009, Australia GDP was estimated to be $920 billion. And if forecasts were to be trusted, its growth will continue at least for the next five years, peaking at 3.4% in 2012.
At the software industry front, Australia has been experimenting. Australia is ranked 31st in the world for the maturity of its software industry. In order to regain its former position, start-ups are set to be crucial in reviving Australia’s flagging software sector. Also, start-ups need to develop applications that are relevant to local companies and industry.
“This is the reason why ALW sees CeBIT Australia 2011 as a wonderful platform to seek fresh partnerships with local IT companies there. We also get an opportunity to showcase what we have especially in the field of open source development in LAMP-PHP,” informs ALW CEO Vivek Singhal, who will be flying in with his senior team including COO Nidhi Mongia and senior Project manager Dinesh Panchal.
As a web development company from India at CeBIT Australia, we believe the show offers a chance for comparing notes on current industry trends, networking, and product presentations. We at ALW come fully prepared with Linux-based answers and end-to-end SEO/SMM services. By offering these services, we wish to enhance clients’ enterprise operations, get them noticed on Online Space and ensure value for their money. In addition to participating as a PHP web development company at CeBIT Australia, AnyLinuxWork has a vision of being a leading company in the world of open source world to be able to contribute positively towards the growth of Software Industry in India.
AnyLinuxWork is an Internet web development and marketing company based in India with its core expertise in Offshore Website Development. With ISO 9001 quality certification and 100+ strong professionals, we work on Web 2.0 concepts offering products and tailor made PHP software development services like E-commerce, CMS and social networking applications along with Social Media Marketing and SEO.
Our participation at the India Soft 2011 had been successful in every way and we could generate not only business but a great professional reputation. Now we as an Indian company at CeBIT Australia, are very excited about CeBIT participation and look forward to contributing from our side. CeBIT Australia, here we come.