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Baseliner launches in Australia following its SAP Cloud for Customer success in Asia.

Terri Reeves Tuesday, January 27, 2015 Plaut news
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Plaut Australia announced today that Baseliner has launched in Australia following its runaway success in the Asian region. Baseliner equips an organisation’s marketing, sales and customer service teams with the SAP Cloud for Customer solution, which aligns these teams around its own customers to deliver a relevant experience at every step of a customer’s journey.

Since launching in Kuala Lumpur in 2012, Baseliner has successfully delivered fast, simple and competitive solutions underpinned by SAP Cloud for Customer to commercial and government clients across Asia. The launch in Australia is in response to a strong pipeline of business and the need to work with customers locally leveraging a hybrid onshore and offshore model.

“Baseliner represents a new era of value being offered to organisations of all sizes in Australia,” said Plaut Group’s CEO, Sebastian Moore. “We are as excited as our customers to offer such a competitive solution that meets the needs of existing SAP customers and those without an existing SAP solution.”

“Our entry into the Australian market marks another key milestone in our growth,” said Baseliner founder and CEO, Charles Sigmon. “We believe that Australian customers will really see value in our solutions and we want to be part of the next phase of customer service, enabled by the SAP Cloud portfolio.”

Baseliner Australia is an SAP Value Added Reseller and Service Partner allowing it to sell SAP Cloud for Customer licenses and associated system integration services. The Australian Baseliner operation is led by David Prior based in Sydney.
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For further information please contact: Emily Kucukalic, 0403 931360, Emily@bny.com.au

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