Founded in 2000, UltraServe was the first dedicated cloud hosting company in Australia. In late 2013 UltraServe established itself as a global, scalable, market leader in Hybris IaaS, PaaS and SaaS. By specialising in e-commerce applications, and by working with AWS as its cloud infrastructure partner, UltraServe has established a unique and compelling competitive position. UltraServe’s proprietary SmartStack software technology provides a fast, reliable and resilient way to provision and maintain an e-commerce suite in the cloud. UltraServe can provision a customer e-commerce platform in minutes. For more about UltraServe, visit www.ultraserve.co
UltraServe has launched a $5 million capital raising to accelerate its international growth into the US and European markets, in response to increasing client demand.Australian e-commerce specialist
UltraServe, a privately-owned company in which technology entrepreneur Simon Hackett first invested in 2014 and is now the majority shareholder, is achieving strong international growth having opened its US office in 2016 and a new European office recently.
UltraServe specialises in delivering e-commerce applications in the cloud, using its proprietary SmartStack software technology to provide a fast, reliable and resilient way to provision and maintain an e-commerce suite for enterprises. During the past 18 months, UltraServe has won multiple global customers, doubled its staff numbers, established serious traction in the US market, and has continued to enhance its technology and services.
UltraServe CEO Matthew Hyland said the additional capital would enable the company to accelerate its international expansion and innovation. "We'll use these funds to further our geographic expansion into Europe, to build out our US operations and to accelerate product enhancements," he said.
UltraServe has continued its global expansion by launching a London office to deliver its managed e-commerce services in Britain and Europe.Australian commerce specialist
Driven by demand from clients seeking to strengthen their e-commerce offerings in the region, the new office, located at Eastbourne Terrace opposite Paddington Station, already has local staff.
London is UltraServe’s second offshore office, after Chicago, which continues to grow rapidly with staff numbers passing the double-digit mark during the past year. UltraServe also has offices in Sydney, at Pyrmont and in the Central Coast suburb of Erina.
UltraServe, a private company whose owners include founder Samuel Yeats and technology investor Simon Hackett, is a specialist provider of e-commerce services in the cloud.
UltraServe CEO Matthew Hyland said he expected the UK office to grow like the US office. “Based on demand, I expect we will grow staff numbers rapidly within the next 12 months,” he said. “London is a great place for our second international office. This location is a good hub that allows us to serve the whole of the European market. The UK itself represents a large market opportunity and, importantly, it’s where many of our partners are based.”
UltraServe has recruited experienced technology executive Paul McClure to the new position of Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) to accelerate its international growth.Australian commerce specialist
The latest step in a management redesign to streamline supporting enterprise customers, Paul’s role will focus on driving UltraServe’s revenue growth, specifically generating new opportunities from strategic partnerships, product development and new customers.
Paul has more than 20 years’ experience in technology leadership positions including sales, strategy and business development, technology and product development. Paul worked for Commvault for the past 11 years, including establishing Commvault’s worldwide cloud and service provider line of business. His most recent role, which was based in San Francisco, will assist with UltraServe’s global expansion.
Now located in Sydney, Paul will manage UltraServe’s sales, pre-sales and marketing functions, reporting directly to the company’s Chief Executive Officer Matthew Hyland.
Matt Hyland said Paul brought a wealth of experience to the new Chief Revenue Officer role. "Paul’s goal is to drive our revenue growth through product development and building partnerships to further strengthen our valued-based market offering to our existing and new customers,” he said.