Brennan IT reports significant organisation-wide growth and the opening of offices nationwide.
- 24 January, 2005 16:43
<p>Sydney, Monday 24 January 2005, Brennan IT, leading IT Services firm, announced today its seventh year of consecutive and significant growth, with strong revenues from all divisions of the business contributing to the result. Additionally, the firm announced the opening of offices in Canberra, Adelaide and Perth, taking the firm’s presence to a truly national level.</p>
<p>David Stevens, Managing Director, said, “The outcome is a testament to the dedication and commitment of our people to serving our clients and in turn, their clients and customers. We accomplished this company-wide growth even after a period of considerable industry downturn and subsequent consolidation.”</p>
<p>Mr Steven’s added, “Our clients’ business and IT challenges are more complex than ever before, and often on an Australia-wide level. The opening of the new offices is a reflection of our dedication to servicing our clients from coast to coast; ensuring the consistent level of competency and skill our firm is renowned for.”</p>
<p>With the offices now open, Brennan IT is one of only a handful of IT Services firms with nationwide coverage, and challenges the mantle held by the usual suspects of the industry.</p>
<p>Where the firm had previously serviced Canberra, Adelaide and Perth through satellite offices and partner firms, the new offices are resourced in the same manner to the offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.</p>
<p>“With the new offices, we are now taking on new challenges and new opportunities to further the achievement and expansion of our organisation. “Mr Stevens said.</p>
<p>“Along with our multidisciplinary approach to client service, our position as an employer of choice is one of our most important strategic advantages and the edge that will deliver the same quality of people and proficiency our clients are accustomed too, wherever they might be.”</p>
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