Logicalis unites Australia and Asia operations as Logicalis Asia Pacific

Logicalis unites Australia and Asia operations as Logicalis Asia Pacific

Logicalis, a leading global technology services provider, has announced the creation of a new Asia Pacific entity, combining its Logicalis Australia and Logicalis Asia operations. This strategic realignment will be effective from June 1 and positions Logicalis to amplify its market presence through increased synergy within the APAC region.

The combined Logicalis Asia Pacific entity will consolidate 1,600 employees with a collective revenue upwards of US$350 million across 10 countries, including Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, China, Thailand, Indonesia, Taiwan, Philippines, Vietnam and now Australia.

The newly formed entity will be led by Chong-Win Lee as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Logicalis Asia Pacific with Anthony Woodward continuing in his role as CEO of Logicalis Australia and reporting to Chong-Win Lee. In addition to his current responsibilities, Woodward will lead a special task force focused on fostering innovation and identifying synergistic, joint opportunities across the region.

Chong-Win Lee said: “The strategic consolidation of Logicalis’ operations across Australia and Asia marks a pivotal moment in the company’s continued growth and evolution. The aim of this reorganisation is to build a powerhouse capable of delivering high-impact technology solutions more efficiently for customers across Asia Pacific, while still providing the local expertise and support that Logicalis customers value.”

The combination is designed to enhance service delivery and bring a cohesive solution portfolio to customers, reflecting the alignment of Logicalis Asia’s strategy to enable XaaS operating models to support Digital Transformation and Logicalis Australia’s commitment to becoming the best MSP in the country. The combined operation will deliver seamless access to Logicalis’ experience in industry sectors such as financial services, government and healthcare, empowering teams to build skill and capacity for data and application modernisation, cloud managed services, AI and more. From a security perspective, it will reinforce the company’s powerful customer proposition, giving customers access to the global network of threat intelligence research and experience encapsulated in the regional Logicalis Security Operations Centre.

Woodward said: “Formally combining the strengths of Logicalis Australia and its Asia counterparts is an acceleration of what has already been happening organically. This evolution lets Logicalis Australia and our customers leverage high-value digital capabilities from across the region, ensuring faster, more competitive and more comprehensive service offerings. It also strengthens the local team’s onshore capabilities while integrating best practices and expertise from across Asia, enabling the delivery of scalable, cost-effective managed service options for customers.”

The announcement comes at a time when Logicalis has been increasingly focusing on expanding its core Microsoft and Cisco businesses, enhancing its capabilities in cloud, cybersecurity and managed services. Logicalis Asia has also recently brought Atlassian onboard as a strategic vendor. 

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