In Time Tec Expands to Australia and New Zealand in Strategic Partnership with Emertel Indo-Pacific

This collaboration will utilise Emertel's extensive local networks, including partner and customer relationships, to enhance In Time Tec's market penetration.

In Time Tec, a leader in developing trustworthy software for over 15 years, has announced its strategic expansion into the Australian and New Zealand markets. This growth is facilitated through a significant go-to-market agreement with Emertel Indo-Pacific, the region’s top B2B emerging technology acceleration organisation.

Jeet Kumar, CEO and co-founder of In Time Tec emphasised the company’s ethos and its broader aspirations, stating, “In Time Tec is a platform for creating abundance; we just happen to create software.

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Jeet Kumar, CEO and co-founder of In Time Tec; Image Source: Supplied

“We are thrilled to announce our expansion into the ANZ markets, a move that aligns with our goal to spread this abundance globally and notably across the Southern Hemisphere.”

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This partnership is an important step for In Time Tec, showcasing its commitment to global expansion and local market integration. By leveraging Emertel’s expertise in market entry and acceleration, In Time Tec aims to solidify its presence and foster growth within the ANZ region.

This collaboration will utilise Emertel’s extensive local networks, including partner and customer relationships, to enhance In Time Tec’s market penetration.

Sundar Iyer, Managing Director of Emertel Indo-Pacific, also celebrated the fruitful collaboration, “It’s been rewarding to apply our growth enablement and execution expertise to assist In Time Tec in accelerating their market traction here.”

Sundar Iyer, Managing Director of Emertel Indo-Pacific; Image Source: Supplied

“Our aligned values ensure that this partnership not only fosters innovation but also genuinely enriches the ANZ business landscape,”

Sunder added.

In Time Tec has been distinguished not just by its innovative software solutions but also through its unique business philosophy, which includes a ‘ROI or Don’t Pay’ commitment. This bold promise underscores their confidence in delivering significant value to corporate and enterprise customers, further evidenced by their success with notable clients like Simplot, Hewlett-Packard, and Ferry International.

The company is known for its people-first approach, which is reflected in its impressively high retention rates for both customers and employees—exceeding 95%. This approach has been central to In Time Tec’s ability to make a tangible difference in the lives of over 1,000 employees across eight countries.

Apresh Saxena, ANZ Managing Director for In Time Tec, expressed confidence in the strategic partnership, highlighting the rapid achievements already underway.

Apresh Saxena, ANZ Managing Director for In Time Tec; Image Source: Supplied

“With the support of the Emertel team, we have successfully localised our offerings and built a strong pipeline, achieving our first customer win within just three months,”

Saxena noted.
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This partnership stands not just as a business expansion but as a strategic move in the face of a rapidly changing global tech environment, where companies must adapt to ongoing shifts in connectivity and technological advancement.

With both companies poised for further success, this collaboration between In Time Tec and Emertel highlights the dynamic potential of international partnerships in driving technological innovation and economic growth in the Indo-Pacific region.

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