Ehr Software Australia said today that it would no longer sell computers after Britain leaves the European Union.
The company has said it is now focused on selling online services.
In a blog post, Ehr said that it will no longer offer its products in Australia and will instead focus on other markets.
Ehr, which sells software to companies in the financial services and IT sectors, said it would begin offering its products as “customer service” and then focus on providing a broad range of services in other markets such as Germany, Spain, France, and Brazil.
Ehr said it had been working with some customers in Europe to offer the products in these markets.
“We will continue to offer our software and services in the European markets, and will continue doing so for the foreseeable future,” Ehr wrote.
The company has had to stop selling its products to customers in the UK, but it will continue selling them to Australians who wish to purchase their own computers.
On Friday, EHR said it was preparing for a possible shutdown in Australia, citing a “significant” number of customers who had contacted the company.
It said that the company was working closely with the Australian Government on the matter and that it expected to receive a response from the Government by the end of the month.
However, the company said that there would be no disruption to its customers in Australia.
More to come.