Mitrais builds new headquarters in Bali

Outsourcing to Indonesia is common

Construction will begin next year of the first of three buildings, each of 2000 square metres and capable of accommodating 150 staff.
Mitrais CEO, David Magson said the decision to build new headquarters to accommodate the developers presently working in Bali was based on the growth predicted in the Australian market for outsourced software development services.
Mitra means partner, and is pronounced Mirtruh in Bali. The company works in software development, provides mining solutions and medical information systems.
Mitrais supports Yayasan Ibu Perwtiwi, various other NGO organisations in Indonesia and works and closely together with Indonesian Universities.

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