Aberdeen-based ZynQ 360 has opened a new office in Perth, WA, and appointed Noel Cowley as the company’s Regional Director for Asia Pacific and the Middle East.
Noel will be responsible for the continual, global growth of the ZynQ 360 service lines throughout these regions and will be based out of the new ZynQ 360 office in Perth. Noel joins the ZynQ 360 team with over 31 years’ experience in the Government and Oil and Gas survey industry. He has recently returned to Australia from the Middle East and has previously held senior management positions within the Australian, Asia and Middle East offshore survey sectors.
Noel was responsible for previously establishing a new Australian and Middle East office for a major offshore survey contractor and was instrumental in taking it from start-up and developing it into a successful, thriving business in both these regions.
Noel will be reporting directly to the ZynQ 360 Managing Director, Brian Dillon, in Aberdeen. Brian Dillon, commented, “the appointment of Noel is a big statement of intent for ZynQ 360 and is based around the success we are having globally with major O&G Operators. We have doubled our workforce in the last three months and will continue to do so, along with our revenues, on a year on year basis for the foreseeable future”.
He continued “These are exciting times for ZynQ 360 and with the opening of our office in Australia, and our new office opening soon in Houston, TX, our objective is to continue our growth and success”.
ZynQ 360 is the world leader in Visual Asset Management and is at the forefront of digital transformation delivery. Through it’s innovative, visualisation platform, ZynQ 360 allows organisations to make smarter, more informed decisions about on-going and future activities.
ZynQ 360 software is a powerful visualisation engine that renders high definition (HD) 360° photos and 3D images to create a ‘Digital Twin’ of your asset, creating an immersive virtual environment that can link and manage all your digital data.
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