Learn how we delivered a modern workplace with Microsoft 365 that leveraged cloud computing, so the entire team at Vimy Resources could reliably – and securely access their resources from anywhere, without having to roll the dice with unreliable technology.
With several hundred staff around the world who rely on email for communication and a IT network in serious need of upgrading. We delivered a solution that improved the reliability of Capital Drillings business critical email and ensures their team don't miss a beat.
A recent acquisition meant BESC we're looking to expand their operations in the most cost effective fashion possible. They needed their IT to support MYOB Exo, an ERP system. They also wanted to polish up their bigpond email addresses to something that looked more professional.
Youth Focus, required a highly secure IT environment that would grow with the organisation, eliminate the need for ongoing hardware expenses, and above all, offer a seamless migration that would not impact the critical day to day lifesaving services of their organisation.
The New Product Introduction Manager for Salt Lake Potash was responsible for establishing a brand-new production and camp site that would support 300+ workers in the remote Goldfields region to expand Salt Lake Potash operations.
CMEWA were used to outsourcing their IT support and Microsoft Dynamics CRM support, the leadership team took the opportunity to evaluate the cost vs value vs benefits of their existing support agreement.
Ironbark Zinc Ltd was finding a partner that could take care of the implementation and manage the migration of their data to the Microsoft 365 platform and remove their need for a physical office entirely without disruption to their operations.
The board at WHFS believed that technology could be leveraged to reach more people in need of their services but didn’t have the right system and support to take their service delivery to the next level.
IRDI Legal relied on Ad-Hoc IT support to troubleshoot systems and provision more services. Which ‘did the job’ until the demands of modern business, and an increasing need for operational flexibility stretched their existing IT to the limit.
ADENCO had a poor project and invoicing management system. They previously used Excel to manage projects and invoices, which ended up doing more harm than good. They needed apps tailor-fit to their business processes and goals.
Sheffield's existing IT environment prevents them from operating remotely. They required a proactive solution that would not only work for their current business operations and goals but also support them long-term.