01 Jan Jan 20
INVENIO ends 2019 prepared for the next decade
Melbourne, Australia, January 2020 – INVENIO Pty Ltd ends 2019 with the successful achievement of key goals to prepare the company to meet the challenges of the new decade. As a pioneering business solutions provider for Australia and New Zealand, INVENIO implemented improvements to its facilities and service throughout the course of 2019 to better meet the needs of its customers.
With industry-leading contractor management and customer service being core to INVENIO, the company further expanded upon these aspects in 2019, receiving its second Dassault Systèmes Value Solutions Gold Partner award in a row in February. Through this partnership, INVENIO partnered with Dassault Systèmes to host a joint showcase at New Zealand’s SouthMACH in May.
In September, INVENIO expanded its contractor management services to include the sponsorship and hiring of foreign skilled talents under Visa-482 with OHLA approval from the Australian government. A month later, INVENIO held three Innovation Days showcases in Melbourne, Auckland, and Hamilton, to better introduce existing users and new customers to latest capabilities and features of SOLIDWORKS 2020.
INVENIO wrapped up 2019 earning itself the acclaim from a big Australian OEM client as the top agency with the highest number of placements for a third consecutive year, as well as becoming the preferred business solutions provider for the Australian Road Transport Supplier Association (ARTSA).
2019 saw a major expansion in INVENIO’s operations starting with the establishment of its New Zealand office in January. This was followed by the expansion of its Box Hill headquarters in July, upgrades to its in-house CATIA and SOLIDWORKS training facilities in August, the opening of new software training facilities in New Zealand in October, and the establishment new offices in Perth and Brisbane in November.
Being a part of Australia’s vibrant industrial landscape, INVENIO continued helping the industry and inspiring future generation of talents. In recognition of its work to help disabled children access affordable prosthetics and assistive devices, INVENIO sponsored non-profit Free 3D Hands with a SOLIDWORKS license.
INVENIO also sponsored RMIT University’s “Best Automotive Engineering” award, which was awarded to Harrison Schipke, as well as Monash University’s Mechanical Industry Night where company representatives were able to meet and connect with engineering students of all backgrounds.
“2019 was an important year for us as it was the culmination of two decades of hard work and dedication to build a robust business that offers expertise in recruitment, engineering solutions, B2B software solutions, and professional training,” said Ivan Meisel, Managing Director and CEO of INVENIO.
“The things we were able to achieve in the past year wouldn’t have been possible without the work and dedication that forms the foundation of INVENIO’s operations. With our operations expanded, we are excited to see what we will be able to achieve in the coming decade!”
Founded in 1990, INVENIO is a pioneering business solutions provider with world-class expertise in Design and Manufacturing Software, business services, and recruitment. With a long and successful history in catering to a range of industries such as Aerospace, Automotive, Consumer Goods, Consumer Packaged Goods, Defence, Engineering, Life Sciences, Manufacturing, Mining and Oil & Gas, INVENIO has a network of highly qualified associates with working experience ranging from start-ups to blue-chip companies and government agencies to meet the ever-changing needs of the market in providing flexible and quick-to-market solutions. INVENIO’s excellence in this field was recently recognised for the second year running by Dassault Systèmes with a Gold Partner status. This award acknowledges INVENIO as the only Dassault Gold Partner (2018, 2019) in Australia and New Zealand selling the CATIA, ENOVIA, DELMIA and the 3DEXPERIENCE platform. In addition to that, INVENIO is an authorised reseller of SOLIDWORKS software in Australia and New Zealand and was awarded the 2019 “Top New Reseller of the Year” award for the Asia Pacific South region.