Successful businessman and horse racing legend Nick Moraitis AM has joined KNet Technology (KNet) merging Moraitis Communications (MComms) in to the KNet Group.
“I have owned successful businesses for over 50 years primarily in the food industry. With the pervasiveness of the Telecommunications and IT industries across all forms of business including my own, I deemed it necessary to extend my capabilities across an ever growing and adaptive industry” Mr Moraitis said.
Mr Moraitis said “By merging the MComms business with KNet, I believe the breadth of service offered with the two businesses coming together will make us a powerhouse within the IT industry. The history of KNet, an Australian owned company which started in 1995, give Australian businesses a quality alternative to non-Australian owned IT companies”
KNet is a true success story, Headquartered in Orange and locations in Sydney, Brisbane, Auckland servicing clients domestically and globally.
KNet I believe, has a unique set of product and services that includes:
* Security as a Service
* Voice Recording
* Call Accounting and billing
* Mobile device management
* Cisco Collaboration
* Cisco Switching and Routing
* Cisco Master Cloud and Managed Services
* In Carrier Solutions - MVNO, VAS, Infrastructure Monitoring
* Microsoft O365
* Telstra Services and Solutions
* Project Managers
* Onsite Resources
KNet manages on behalf of their customers the entire Telecoms and IT environment "As A Service" rolled in to a single "end to end" Managed Services agreement and serviced from their Australian based Security and Network Operation Center.
A direct partner with, and a vendor to Telstra, KNet also has a very strong partner portfolio with the leading industry vendors that include Cisco (including the entire Meraki portfolio), Microsoft, Enghouse Networks and Avotus.
I have joined a successful company with a great story and along with my partners in KNet, Jeff Whitton, Garry Hudson and Michael Dickerson, I am very excited.
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