Datacom has today officially opened a new customer care and IT Hub in South Australia, providing world-class customer services, along with training for the local community, as part of the company’s growing investment in Australia.
Datacom's customer care and IT Hub was officially opened by the Hon. Alan Tudge, Federal Minister for Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs, Managing Director of Datacom Connect, Stacey Tomasoni, and the Hon. David Ridgway, South Australia’s Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment.
The new site, located at the TAFE SA Tea Tree Gully campus in Adelaide, has already created over 400 new jobs and training opportunities for South Australians, with further growth expected.
The state-of-the-art facility offers dedicated training, management and delivery of customer care services to a growing portfolio of clients within Australia. As part of the investment, Datacom, together with Workskil Australia, SYC, and TAFE SA, offers a pre-employment training programme which facilitates a training-to-job pathway into employment.
The customer care and IT Hub is Datacom’s second facility in South Australia, along with its Adelaide office in the city’s CBD.
The new site joins Datacom’s network of customer care sites which serve a range of customers locally and around the world. More information