SEQTA Software has relocated its head office to Davidson Terrace, right in the heart of the City of Joondalup, despite the substantial incentives available to move into the Perth CBD. The company was delighted to have Jan Norberger MLA join its staff, their families and other guests at the official opening of its new offices on 25 February 2016. Chief Executive Officer, Grant Grosser said the significant growth the company achieved in the last few years necessitated the relocation. The new premises will house 64 local and visiting staff.

SEQTA’s award winning software is used in nearly 450 schools around Australia and the company is expanding its client base into South East Asia.

SEQTA was born at a kitchen table in Joondalup, spent a short period of time in a furniture factory in Osborne Park, followed by a lounge room in Joondalup’s City North area, and for the last four years was located in the largely retail and warehouse Winton Rd precinct.

“Our new premises will enable us to work collaboratively across departments and keep alive the organic, family-like environment SEQTA staff enjoy”, Mr Grosser said. “Teachers and schools are the heart of everything we do and our staff provide outstanding service. We’re already seeing substantial benefits of a working environment that is more conducive to a highly professional service business like SEQTA, not the least of which is contented, more productive staff, and these benefits flow down the line to the users of our software: teachers, students, parents and school administration staff.”


SEQTA Software, (a division of Saron Education Limited, a public unlisted company) is a business involved in providing the SEQTA Suite to the K to 12 Education market in Australia as well as internationally.

The SEQTA Suite is an all-in-one, collaborative teaching and learning ecosystem that enables teachers to manage all their administrative tasks in one place, while simultaneously engaging students and parents in an interactive, supportive community. The SEQTA Suite was designed around the natural work-flow of teachers, allowing them to create virtual learning environments; realistically eliminating the need for paper for everything from attendance, behaviour management, teaching and learning programmes, marks books and reporting to parents.

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