Tech specialist agency, BENCH PR, today announced it has added both Vault Intelligence and Versent to its client portfolio.
ASX listed Vault Intelligence provides cloud based environment, health and safety software to help organisations manage their health and safety compliance more efficiently. Founded by the former director of safety for the Australian Army and an experienced team of risk management consultants across a diverse range of industries, Vault today works with over 600 organisations globally.
Tim Dowling, GM commercial operations said, “BENCH PR were highly recommended to us. Health and safety compliance is a challenge for many organisations and we needed a PR partner who understood how our technology meets that challenge.
“We’re already working with some large corporates in Australia such as Visy, Coca-Cola Amatil and Kraft Foods but we’ve got big plans for Australia, so we also wanted to work with a PR agency used to working with fast growing tech companies and BENCH certainly has an excellent track record here.”
Versent is a fast growing Australian IT consultancy. Set up in 2014 its founders made the move to leave the corporate world and help companies with product development and managed services through its proven methodology and approach. Versent today works with more than half of the top 200 ASX listed companies and came in at number seven on BRW’s Fast Starters list this year.
Last month, Versent launched Stax, a new tool that helps organisations manage and do more in the cloud by providing visibility, insight and recommendations for using Amazon Web Services (AWS) environments.
The idea for Stax came from a few of the Versent team, who were given the investment and support to develop the product, designed to shine a light on everything organisations need to operate confidently in the cloud.
“Both Vault and Versent are great examples of Australian entrepreneurialism and innovation,” said Jocelyn Hunter, managing director, BENCH PR.