monday.com, a work OS, where organisations of any size can create the tools and processes they need to manage every aspect of their work, has shared that since launching in Australia it has grown its customers by 53 % and seen 300% YoY revenue growth locally.
Their unique low-code no-code technology is enabling more organisations to achieve their business goals by creating a unified workspace. They acquired thousands of new customers since launching, including Destination NSW, Ray White, RMIT Online and Energy Australia.
Australian clients increased 53% from 7,000 in 2020 to 12,000 in 2021. In addition, the company has six channel partners with plans to harness four more in 2022.
Australian business in dire need to keep up productivity
Dean Swan, the ANZ country manager, is actively hiring to support the rapid growth, with plans to more than double headcount in the next 12 months, making Australia a regional hub.
The goal is to support the rapid growth of its Australian customers who are looking for ways to keep productivity high despite desperate workforces.
“We have seen a lot of growth locally and it’s a testament to our agile platform and its use cases across IT enterprise, departments like marketing, customer experience and human resources in industries spanning from retail to education to hospitality to sales,” says Dean.
“Australian organisations have experienced massive disruption and turbulent times, but having one agile Work Operating System platform that facilitates cross functional alignment and breaks down large amounts of work into manageable tasks, is a game changer.”
“We’re extremely excited to be able continue in facilitating businesses through creating the tools and solutions that they need to manage every aspect of their operations.”
One of these organisations using monday.com to create a unified workspace is RMIT Online.
Geoff Stringer, Course Design and Operations Director, says, “RMIT Online offers a world-class education that delivers work-ready skills and knowledge to transform careers.”
“We use the Work OS to manage every phase of its course development cycle in one unified workspace, thus allowing RMIT Online to easily collaborate across departments.”