Artis Group has been selected to join the panel of the Digital Transformation Office (DTO).
It will provide services across nine categories including product management, business analyst, delivery manager/agile coach, user research, service designer/interaction designer, technical lead architect/developer/ethical hacker/ web operations engineer; performance and web analytics, inclusive designer and digital transformation advisor.
Artis Group CEO, Chris Greatrex, said being competitively selected in every category of service, was a reflection on its low-risk, high quality projects and engagements with clients across all industries in areas such as government, financial services, agribusiness and telco.
“As part of our response to DTO’s tender process, we had to provide for everyone of those categories, three reference case studies where we have used those skills in a government or commercial environment,” Greatrex said. “Various government departments that are looking to undergo digital transformation activity can now tap us for services, and it’s not just federal government agencies, but also state-based agencies. It really endorses what we’re doing.”
The DTO was established in 2015 with an aim to help transform government services and uses a Digital Marketplace where government agencies can procure approved IT products and services.
In the next few months, the marketplace will also feature a ‘procure to pay’ function that enables end-to-end digital purchase lifecycle; analytics and dashboards; as well as an ‘ideation’ functionality where agencies can post challenges to service providers.
Artis recently hired a new regional manager in the ACT, Caden Walker. He previously worked for Finite IT Recruitment Solutions, Greythorn and Paxus IT. He has skills across Microsoft and SAP.
Greatrex said SAP skills were becoming increasingly important as government agencies and corporations undertake mass SAP projects and upgrades this year.