28 April 15
Opmantek (ASSOB:OMK) is pleased to announce the launch of their new share offer this week. The company is raising $2.16m to fund business acceleration in identified growth regions as the company continues to experience unprecedented demand for their software and international recognition for their business model, products and team.
Late last week, CEO Danny Maher was announced as the winner of the Gold Stevie® Award in the Executive of the Year category in the annual Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards with the Silver Stevie going to Alan Joyce (CEO of Qantas) and the Bronze to David Thodey (CEO of Telstra).
The Stevie Awards are widely considered to be the world's premier business awards, conferring recognition for achievement in programs such as The International Business Awards for more than a decade.
“To receive a Gold Stevie award in front of two of Australia's leading executives is fantastic recognition of the modern, innovative high growth business model developed and deployed at Opmantek and one that I hope will benefit many Australian companies." – Danny Maher, CEO Opmantek.
Danny has been a key figure in the Australian IT landscape, a serial entrepreneur and commercialiser of innovation and passionate promoter of the Australian IT industry.
Under Danny’s management, Opmantek has deployed a disruptive business model, which has seen the Opmantek business grow to support a customer base of over 60,000 organisations in 130 countries globally. Opmantek is one
of the fastest growing business software companies in the world with a new organisation implementing an Opmantek product every 6 minutes.