Scoro Partners With Business Continuum in AU and NZ
Scoro is pleased to announce its partnership with an Australian cloud integrator, Business Continuum.
Business Continuum will be introducing Scoro’s work management software to Australian and New Zealand businesses that need advanced project and business management solutions.
“Scoro is poised for expansion, with dedicated servers, onboarding and support teams now here in Australia,” said Business Continuum director Matthew Peng. “At the moment, they are continuing to enhance and develop their software with five major releases slated each year, which is very impressive compared to industry standards. Each release adds numerous new features and improvements—the last release included 40+ enhancements alone. Scoro is able to deliver a high-quality experience to businesses in Australia and New Zealand.”
Business Continuum assists small and medium businesses in moving to cloud solutions. They work one-on-one with their clients to review their business’s current processes and identify ways to enhance their workflows, minimise manual processes and maximise the efficiency of their business through the cloud.
“We make it our business to know the latest solutions, no matter where in the world they are developed, and we are thrilled to be bringing Scoro to mid and large enterprises in the professional service industry.”
“We’ve noticed that companies in the professional services industry use 8-10 different apps to get their work done. This means time spent on shuffling between different tools and the majority of data not being used. Scoro solves that problem by providing an end-to-end solution. In simpler words, we help you to sell it, do it, and bill it,” said the CEO of Scoro, Fred Krieger.
AI and machine learning are set to completely reshape the way people work, but the underlying structure and processes of most companies are far from being ready for that. Krieger said that this is exactly what they’re aiming to solve—provide this structure for their customers and thus become a crucial building block for next-generation work management applications.
“This is a really exciting platform, with quality features, created by smart people,” said Peng.