Global consultancy Slalom to bring 200 new jobs to local economy with business and technology transformation consulting services
Slalom, a AUD $2.5 billion modern consulting firm that helps organisations solve their most intractable business and technology problems, recently opened its Melbourne office with plans to debut a Sydney office later this year. Slalom’s expansion into Australia will bring 200 new jobs to the region over the next two years, with the aim of helping local Australian businesses realise true business transformation, create modern technology-building cultures and develop game-changing new offerings by leveraging modern ways of working and modern technologies to help deliver transformational outcomes. With this move into Australia, Slalom has expanded its footprint to all major markets across the world, with 8,400 employees in over 35 markets.
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“The Australian market is extremely compelling right now,” said Slalom Founder and Chief Experience Officer John Tobin. “With the current business and tech boom, and despite the current situation, there is huge potential for growth and transformation, for Australia-grown and international companies alike. We believe the time is right to bring our unique consulting approach to these businesses. And being one hundred percent private and employee-owned, Slalom is well positioned to navigate the current economic reality, taking a long-term view of the launch in Australia.”
Slalom works with more than half of the Fortune 100, powering the engineering behind some of the world’s largest global technology companies, such as Twitter and AWS, along with startups, mid-tier organisations, not-for-profits, and other innovative companies. Slalom, having seen significant growth in North America for its AWS, Salesforce and Tableau practices, will bring that experience and tailor it to the needs of the Australia market.