Specialist tech agency, BENCH PR, has announced it has added both Tintri and Receipt Bank to its client portfolio.
Tintri, a hybrid storage startup, raised $75 million in a Series E funding round last year and counts global enterprises such as AMD, F5 Networks, GE, NEC, Polycom and Panasonic as customers.
Vanessa Curtis, senior marketing manager, Asia Pacific at Tintri said, “We selected BENCH PR for its expertise in the IT sector and senior counsel. We’re busy building the team here in Australia to take advantage of the huge opportunity we see in this market and have some exciting announcements to come in the next few months. We’re looking forward to working with BENCH to help us raise our profile in the region.”
Receipt Bank, the bookkeeping tool that automates bills, receipts and invoices, has also appointed BENCH to represent the company in Australia and New Zealand. Working with the Receipt Bank team, BENCH will target the accounting and bookkeeping industries on cloud-based software and automation for running more efficient practices.
Jocelyn Hunter, managing director of BENCH PR said, “We’re thrilled to be working with both Tintri and Receipt Bank, two organisations disrupting their respective markets with rapid success and big plans for growth. As senior PR professionals who live and breathe the technology sector, the team at BENCH thrives on working with exceptional IT companies like these. We’re looking forward to joining Receipt Bank and Tintri on their journey and helping support their business goals in the region.”
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