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Online Services Corporation Selects Melbourne as Headquarters for Cloud-Based Solutions; 60 New Jobs Reflect the State of Victoria's Growth in ICT

Online Services Corporation will be one of the first Australian companies to bring Microsoft's cloud-based Online Services solutions to the Australian market

SAN DIEGO, Oct. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Victorian Minister for Information and Communications Technology John Lenders today announced the launch of Online Services Corporation (OSC), a new business focused on delivering Microsoft cloud computing solutions. OSC is headquartered in the State of Victoria, Australia's capital city, Melbourne.

As the CEO of OSC, Karl Redenbach, also CEO of the fast-growing nSynergy Group, will create 60 new jobs as part of the new venture and promote Victoria's information and communication technology (ICT) expertise internationally.

"With increasing demand for cloud-based solutions following the recent announcement of Microsoft's Office 365, Online Services Corporation is well-placed to continue Victoria's dominance of the ICT market," said Lenders. "OSC has just established offices in San Diego, the UK and Shanghai, providing new export opportunities and showcasing Victoria's ICT expertise in these significant markets."

The State of Victoria is Australia's ICT capital with more than 2,000 jobs created so far this year, according to Lenders. The recent release of the $110-million Victorian ICT Action Plan will play a key role in increasing economic prosperity of the state of Victoria.

Redenbach's recent appearance on The Secret Millionaire series has increased awareness of his reputation as a leader in the ICT community along with his ground-breaking work as CEO of nSynergy Group.

"Launching our presence into the US and UK makes OSC the first truly global Microsoft partner to specialize 100 percent in the Online Services space -- we are leading the pack," said Redenbach.

"OSC will also be taking a leading role in helping shape Microsoft's future cloud strategy through representing the Asia Pacific region on its global partner advisory council. This is another vote of confidence in Victoria with our highly skilled workforce, competitive tax system and a very supportive government," said Lenders.

For business inquiries regarding Victoria's ICT industry, contact Victor Perton, Commissioner to the Americas, State Government of Victoria, Australia (415.856.0552 ext. 103, [email protected]).

About Online Services Corporation (OSC)

Founded in late 2009 and part of the nSynergy Group, OSC is a Telstra T-Suite partner and Microsoft Gold Certified Partner specialising in solutions on the Microsoft Online Services platform. For more information please visit www.onlinesc.com.

About nSynergy

Founded in 2001, nSynergy provides specialist services in Microsoft SharePoint worldwide with offices located in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane, London, New York, San Diego and Shanghai. nSynergy was listed 14th in the 2009 Business Review Weekly Fast 100 list of fastest growing companies in Australia, the second fastest IT company in Australia on the Deloitte Fast 50 and 16th fastest growing IT company in Asia on the Deloitte Fast 500. For more information please visit www.nsynergy.com.

About Invest Victoria

Invest Victoria is the investment promotion agency of the State Government of Victoria, Australia. Invest Victoria provides a single entry point to a range of business and investment services for companies wanting to set up or expand their business operations through foreign direct investment (FDI) in the state of Victoria.

The agency operates U.S. offices in Chicago, New York, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. For locations and contact information, visit www.invest.vic.gov.au/offices.

For more information on Invest Victoria's services, visit www.invest.vic.gov.au.

Media Contacts: Katie James and Michelle Craig, Nyhus Communications for Invest Victoria; 206.323.3733; [email protected], [email protected]

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