Australian consulting and IT services company, Ajilon, has forged a strategic partnership with supply chain solutions vendor, Quintiq, to deliver its supply chain solutions to the local market.
The vendor said the partnership strengthens Quintiq’s Australian presence with Ajilon's nationwide footprint and team of more than 1100 consultants, which deliver technology and staffing solutions, consulting, and managed services.
Leveraging a global initiative from the vendor to make Quintiq technology available to a larger customer base, the combined offering will target customers utilising business-intelligence and decision-support systems, as well as IT services and support.
Quintiq signed the deal to leverage Ajilon’s two decades of experience in implementing technology solutions in the Australian market, and claims that customers of channel partners stand to benefit from access to its planning and optimisation technology and expertise.
Both companies have plans to identify and collaborate on a number of projects that are claimed will yield significant ROI and competitive advantages.
The two will be targeting natural resources, rail, government services and healthcare and will be offering customers in these verticals services including best-practice planning, optimisation and technology.
"Ajilon is continually striving to find innovative solutions to help our existing and new customers’ optimise and maximise their supply chains”, Ajilon general manager of sales and solutions, Charandeep Chhabra, said.
“Our agreement has already led to joint engagements in Queensland and we actively pursuing opportunities together in Victoria and Western Australia.”
“With this partnership, we’re able to deliver the benefits of planning and optimisation to more businesses across Australia,” Quintiq Asia-Pacific general manager, Kris Kosmala, added.