Dublin-based ActiveOps partner Xcentuate announces Asia Pacific expansion, maximising employee productivity and wellbeing with Workware+

As the world continues to adjust to the emerging trend of hybrid working and businesses focus on recovery from the disruption of 2020, there’s never been a better time to look at how your organisation manages its employees’ productivity and wellbeing.

This represents a massive opportunity for the providers of software that can support organisations to quickly and effectively get a true picture of workload and capacity, and gain insights to optimise productivity without putting employee wellbeing at risk. Taking that opportunity with both hands is Xcentuate, an accredited supplier of the ActiveOps Workware+ platform, which has extended its international reach into the Asia-Pacific region with the launch of Xcentuate New Zealand.

About Xcentuate

With clients including Allianz Ireland, Rabobank, AIB, Bank of Ireland, permanent TSB and New Ireland Assurance, Xcentuate is a leading international provider of digital productivity and performance solutions to the financial services, telecoms, pharmaceutical, agriculture and public sectors. Headed by Ray Bowe, CEO, Xcentuate has been an ActiveOps partner since 2018, and is an accredited supplier of the Workware+ platform. The firm recently won the Best in Business Management Solutions award.

“Enterprise operations have come under strain like never before and we are seeing increased demand from businesses for our services,” says Ray. “That includes everything from leveraging software to managing teams remotely and across multiple sites. Beyond automating and digitising back-office processes using the Workware+ platform, we are a key component in successfully delivering digital transformation programmes for our clients.”

Xcentuate New Zealand

Headed by Martyn Gaddes and Arron Twine, Xcentuate New Zealand has already commenced trading. Leveraging Xcentuate Ireland’s 30-year expertise in product delivery and dedicated support, Xcentuate New Zealand offers local firms in the APAC region access to world-leading ActiveOps technology focused on delivering success in two business-critical areas – productivity and employee wellness. Martyn and Arron have a 15-year track record in bringing the ActiveOps solution successfully to New Zealand and Australian customers including Inland Revenue -Zealand, agricultural specialist Fonterra, insurance business Cigna, and banking giants ANZ, Westpac and the Bank of New Zealand.

Martyn Gaddes, Managing Director, Xcentuate New Zealand says: “This past year has proven the importance of fit-for-purpose, futureproof digital operations systems that enable effective productivity management and monitor employee wellness whether employees are working in-office or at home. I’m really excited to be leading this new phase of Xcentuate’s worldwide growth alongside Arron.”

Ray adds, “Having Martyn and Arron join the Xcentuate family is an important development in our international expansion plans. Xcentuate New Zealand is a key step in providing a complete offering to our Asia-Pacific customers, and I know they’ll do a great job.”

Julian Harper, CRO at ActiveOps, adds, “it’s a pleasure for ActiveOps to see its partners grow through the success of Workware+ and our partners’ skills at supporting their customers. I wish Martyn, Arron and Ray the very best of luck as they continue to grow their business and introduce more and more enterprises to the benefits of real-time, deep insight into workforce productivity and capacity.”

Both Ray and Martyn believe that the scale of change offered by the ActiveOps Workware+ platform has even greater appeal for firms emerging from a pandemic with ambitions to pursue a digital-first, agile transformation agenda that delivers improved company productivity and employee engagement. Any organisation in the APAC region – or in Ireland – interested in implementing Workware+ in their organisation should visit Xcentuate’s website to learn more about how Xcentuate can help, and how to get in touch.