Radio Tactics Opens Asia Pacific Office

Radio Tactics Ltd, a provider of mobile phone forensics equipment, has announced the official opening of its Australian Office, complementing its existing presence in the UK and USA. The opening of the new office constitutes the next step in an aggressive international expansion strategy…The Radio Tactics Asia Pacific headquarters are at:

PO Box 473
Canberra
ACT 2604

Radio Tactics’ business growth within Australia has resulted in the opening of a subsidiary to serve its widening Asia Pacific customer base. Most of Radio Tactics’ Australian customers are from the law enforcement sector, working primarily with the Aceso product range. The new office will provide enhanced support to existing customers, as well as distributing products and offering local training.

Radio Tactics provides cutting-edge technology for the recovery of evidence and intelligence from mobile phones and other handheld electronic devices. Founded in 2004, Radio Tactics provides law enforcement authorities with high quality, purpose-built tools for the secure acquisition, migration, and analysis of digital information from smart card and cellular equipment platforms. Professionals investigating criminal incidents throughout the UK and internationally rely on Radio Tactics tools to recover valuable real-time intelligence and evidence.

Nick Butler will lead the new office in Canberra as Chief Operating Officer of Radio Tactics Australia. Nick has been working hard to support Radio Tactics’ existing customers in Australia and establish the Radio Tactics brand in the region.


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Andy Gill, CEO of Radio Tactics commented:

“We are thrilled to be opening our new office and to welcome Nick on board to head up our team in Australia. As well as making it easier for our customers in the region to do business with us, this office will provide a valuable base from which we can grow the company.”

Nick Butler, COO of Radio Tactics Australia added:

“At the heart of Radio Tactics’ success is its strong customer focus and ability to produce customised solutions. Setting up a subsidiary in the Asia Pacific region will help us reinforce those values and ensure our existing relationships are sustained and strengthened. Opening up new market prospects in the region will also become more of a reality. I am thrilled with the challenge and the exciting potential available to Radio Tactics Australia, and I look forward to creating some meaningful growth with great products in a market starved of innovative solutions for the wide range of potential customers.”

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