A new firm created by the mega-merger of eight separate companies has finally wrapped up the integration of the five technology-driven businesses that make up its IT services offering.
The group, named Trimantium Growthops Limited (ASX:TGO), listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) on 16 March, with the company valued at approximately $143 million, and an estimated $95 million market cap.
The legacy businesses comprising the new group include enterprise cloud and software solutions provider, 3wks, mobile applications developer, Jtribe, enterprise IT consulting, cloud and software solutions provider, Digital Moshi.
The other companies making up the new entity include digital marketing and technology player, KDIS, creative agency, AJF Partnership, content producer, Khemistry, branding and graphic design firm, Voodoo Creative, and the Institute of Executive Coaching and Leadership (IECL).
On 6 June, the group told shareholders that five of its technology-driven businesses, 3wks, KDIS, Trimantium Growthops Asia (formerly Digital Moshi), Voodoo Creative and jtribe, had completed their transition and integration under the Growthops name.
The completion of the process, which presumably began when the company listed publicly in March, included the centralisation of the five businesses’ customer relationship and sales pipeline management and, where appropriate, the co-location of teams.
The five businesses, along with AJF Partnership, Khemistry and the Institute of Executive Coaching and Leadership (IECL), had already been cross-selling and co-delivering client work.
“These five businesses embrace a flexible, customer-first delivery model, offering both classic and agile styles of development that are compatible with clients’ varying operating models,” Growthops CEO Paul Mansfield said.
“The businesses have been collaborating together for a number of months, so we already see the possibilities for what this integrated technology platform can deliver for our clients. We are excited to take another step toward offering our clients a fully integrated execution partner for achieving business growth,” he said.
The group, which bills itself as an entrepreneurial advisory and operations partner for organisations seeking to develop new products, services and growth strategies, also boasts substantial integration and IT services capabilities.
Specifically, its technology and digital services comprise agile and entrepreneurial technology development, enterprise IT consulting, business systems development, cloud solutions, and design and development of mobile applications, among other offerings.
In addition, Growthops is currently expanding its infrastructure alignment with Google Cloud and Amazon Web Services (AWS) platforms.