As well as saving costs due to the consolidation and removal of redundant and dated infrastructure, these initiatives also improved network uptime, provided self-service capabilities for staff, and increased overall efficiency.
“We simply don’t get IT problems anymore. Our people are more savvy and independent, and more engaged with our technology journey as a whole,” says Stuart.
Due to the current and future planned success of these initiatives, Brennan was also firmly established as a trusted IT partner for ADAMA – to the point where ADAMA’s leadership team shared their overall business strategy and direction with the Brennan team. This ensured absolute transparency and has helped us develop the best possible IT partnership, in alignment with ADAMA’s goals.
“We transitioned from a situation where Brennan were simply providing best practice maintenance services, to one where they are now a very valuable and important strategic partner,” says Stuart.
“While we have been very transparent with regards to our business strategy, Brennan has also been very open and transparent in terms of what they can offer us. We now leverage the individual expertise of their team members in all kinds of areas,” he adds.