Velpic signs major new clients
After undergoing a management restructure, Velpic (ASX:VPC) has been maintaining its aggressive approach to partnership acquisition.
With the appointments of Business Development Managers in Queensland and Victoria, the company is now in a strong position to roll out its cloud-based eLearning video platform across the country.
New clients include Queensland Mitchell Services, one of Australia’s leading drilling contractors, franchisor Supercheap Storage which has 20 locations throughout Australia, WA-based Karridale construction and maintenance contractor Group and KSJV a 50-50 joint venture between electrical and services instrumentation and services provider SCEE and renowned industrial services provider Kentech.
These companies will use the Velpic platform to induct employees and train them with regards to safety practices and business operations.
Supercheap Storage is the first franchise to partner with Velpic and the deal is expected to open up the franchise’s national network.
“Velpic is pleased to welcome these new clients to our e-learning platform, particularly as the Company focuses on expanding its footprint across Australia,” said Velpic chief executive Russell Francis.
Francis believes new client acquisitions will transition Velpic from start-up to mid-tier organisation.
“The new client wins, in conjunction with the recent expansion of our business development team to the East Coast, are a signal of our rapid growth and transitions Velpic from a start-up company, to a mid-sized enterprise with nationwide presence,” Francis said.
“Moreover, our growing blue-chip client base provides strong validation of our cloud-based eLearning platform technology.”