National management and technology consultant, Business Aspect, is spreading its wings beyond the Queensland market, focusing on NSW, Victoria and ACT.
Business transformation, advances in technology, digitally derived disruption and the increasing need for efficiency across government and private organisations are all seen as key tenets in the growth in demand for Business Aspect.
Established in 2005 as a private partnership, the national management and technology consultant has grown to a team of more than 70 skilled consultants.
It was bought out by Data#3 last year, and was a key contributor towards its service-centric strategy, contributing $10.4 million to its FY15 financial results. Data#3 highlighted the pipeline and sales were growing steadily.
Business Aspect general manager, Dave Lennon, said hiring the right staff in areas such as the ACT, has been a key factor to its success.
“We’ve had a lot of work within the Federal Government business - we’re across more than 10 agencies. It’s been driven by our success in hiring the right people and the great work they’re delivering in providing highly strategic advice to the Government,” he said. “Finding the right talent was absolutely critical to our business. It’s the secret sauce. You need to find the right leadership and then the right people to work with that leadership to actually deliver great outcomes for clients.”
Lennon said it has delivered on multitude of programs involving big data and national geospatial initiatives; public and private sector mobility strategies and Cloud adoption. Some of its customers include Queensland Government, Rio Tinto and QGC.
“Becoming a part of the Data#3 group of companies has been an extremely positive move for Business Aspect. We have seen opportunities emerge for our clients and our people across both businesses,” Lennon said. “We’ve developed excellent intellectual property and that helps us deliver outcomes more efficiently for clients. We’ve maintained more than 300 customer case studies in the past few years.”