Over the years that followed, Brennan and RANZCR’s relationship evolved into a very mutually beneficial, innovation-focused partnership, with both parties committed to keeping RANZCR at the forefront of technology and uncovering new solutions that could make a difference to people’s lives.
As well as providing ongoing strategy and fulfilling specific technology projects, Brennan continues to provide managed services for RANZCR’s security and productivity solutions, as well as cloud-based disaster recovery.
“…work completed to date has unequivocally changed how RANZCR operates and performs for our community, therefore reflecting the organisation as a true leader in health sector education in the areas of clinical radiology and radiation oncology across Australia and New Zealand,” says Horton.
“The college has evolved significantly. Through improved technology, we have established better business practices, governance, and process. By giving our people better ways to work, share information and communicate, we have been able to provide a far better service for our members,” he adds.
“Business and technology have also now become so closely aligned at RANZCR, that IT is now recognised as an enabler, which means my team is involved in strategic business initiatives from the outset. We meet with Brennan on a regular basis and say – how can we innovate together?”
The relationship has also been very positive for the team at Brennan, which has benefited considerably from RANZCR’s ongoing commitment to innovation.
“At Brennan, we feel very fortunate to work with RANZCR, and with Craig, who continually looks for new and creative ways to improve the services RANZCR offers its employees, volunteers, and members via technology,” says Stephen Sims, Brennan’s CEO.