Launches on AWS Sydney Region  a work operating system (Work OS) where organisations of any size can create the tools and processes they need to manage every aspect of their work announced it has launched on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Asia Pacific (Sydney) Region,’s first data centre presence in APAC, to further support its growing local customer base and optimise workflows.

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“Using local AWS infrastructure increases our data resiliency and allows locally generated customer data to be housed onshore in Australia”

The AWS Asia Pacific (Sydney) Region will enable regional customers to securely store their data in Australia on local soil while reducing latency. This will help customers with local compliance and privacy processes to be continually met through data residency, allowing different sectors from financial services to health to expand their use of’s Work OS platform. is one of the few work operating systems to provide a data residency option in Australia, reinforcing its commitment to APAC as a priority growth region.

“Offering our customers an option to connect to a local data centre supports the momentum we’ve experienced in the past year with the launch of our APAC headquarters in Sydney. The region will be invaluable for empowering customer growth, enabling them to securely manage and store their data on local soil for all products, including monday sales CRM,” said Dean Swan, Regional Vice President Asia Pacific & Japan at “We’re committed to continually evolving and enhancing our customers’ experience, and AWS’ Sydney Region will play an integral role in supporting the infrastructure and business requirements of local companies, large and small.”

“Using local AWS infrastructure increases our data resiliency and allows locally generated customer data to be housed onshore in Australia,” said David Virtser, Head of Infrastructure at “Onboarding customers to their native and closest data centre will also optimise their platform experience, by reducing latency to end-users, and streamlining rigid compliance processes.”

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With the availability in the AWS Asia Pacific (Sydney) Region, now has a presence in three AWS Regions, including the United States and Europe. Beyond additional compliance and regulatory support, regional customers will now have faster, more efficient access to the platform and improved business continuity planning.

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