Sydney-based IT services provider Adactin Group is expanding its business to Canberra after being successfully included in a raft of government procurement panels.
“We are excited to take our proven track record with NSW state government departments and deliver the same quality of service to the Federal government,” Adactin co-founder and director Sapna Bhatia said.
Adactin has scored a place on a Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) panel along with other Federal Government panel arrangements. The company has also been delivering services and training to a diverse range of departments in Canberra, Bhatia said.
“The opportunities we have won in Canberra represent a validation of our business model, as well as our capacity to deliver to a different scale of a client. But they also help us springboard into other markets given these are federal departments and as such have a national reach and impact,” he said.
Adactin general manager, Navneesh Garg, added that it will be looking to hire more staff in Canberra, with a target to grow its team to 20 - 30 staff by the end of this financial year. The company is looking to hire Microsoft developers, project managers, quality assurance testers and business analysts.
“The IT needs of our existing customer base in Canberra are also expanding, which is leading to more opportunities in the market,” Garg said.
Adactin partners with companies such as IBM, Micro Focus and Tricentis, providing customers with testing, automation, performance engineering and integration services as well as governance and architecture.
As the next wave of digital transformation hits the market, Adactin CIO, Vaibhav Mittal, highlighted some of the key areas the company will be focusing on including artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning.
“We are actively investing in blockchain, data analytics and AI capabilities. That will be the next wave of digital transformation, five years down the line,” he said. “Customers are moving towards digital transformation, leveraging open source and commercial platforms, which is one part, and they also want their backend systems to be totally connected.”
“We take care of the complete transformation for a customer.”
In November, Adactin made the Deloitte Tech Fast 50 list, which recognises and profiles fast growing technology companies, ranking public or private technology businesses based on percentage revenue growth from 2015 to 2017.