New South Wales, Australia, May 02, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Sydney based IBM Analytics partner Octane Software Solutions has moved into the Canberra market and recruited Micheal Connor and Greg Taylor as practice leads. Octane will be offering the delivery and support of the IBM suite of Planning and Analytics applications.
Their staff have vast experience in the successful implementation, development and support of solutions for both Federal and Local Government agencies. They also have the background and expertise to deliver custom solutions to private industry in the ACT.
“Octane will be focusing on quality of delivery and training of IBM Planning Analytics (TM1) in ACT. Octane gives us the scale and access to 24/7 support centers,” said Greg Taylor who has over 20 years of experience in the ACT market in Financial Systems. “We will be offering a new range of services not currently available to this market, such as short and long term managed services. Due to the accountability imposed by parliament, compliance with the Commonwealth Resource Management Framework, timeliness and accuracy of information, and the expectations of the greater Australian community, our experience helps clients to navigate through and meet the requirements and complexities of the government budgeting process.”
“One key differentiator we bring to the market are our purpose built, off-the-shelf Planning, Budgeting and Forecasting models – a culmination of our experience with government. These models can be used by a number of agencies for their annual budgeting and forecasting processes, and interactions with external stakeholders such as the Central Budget Management System,” says Micheal Connor, who has been instrumental in the development of several Planning, Budgeting and Forecasting models for agencies in Canberra. “Leveraging our existing experience and knowledge allows us to replicate results for our clients, which reduces cost and time to market.”
“The Canberra market requires specialized knowledge that Mr Connor and Mr Taylor bring to Octane. Combined with the scale of Octane and our track record in servicing major banks and telecommunication companies, it makes it an exciting proposition for Finance teams in Canberra,” said Amendra Pratap managing Director of Octane.
Octane was founded and is headed by Amendra Pratap who, after 15 years of career experience, 7+ of which were at Macquarie Bank leading the Business Intelligence department, started Octane to deliver IBM Planning Analytics software specializing in Business Intelligence tools. Octane has a range of major Banking, Telecommunications and Utility companies as its clients.
Sydney based IBM Analytics partner Octane Software Solutions has moved into the Canberra market and recruited Micheal Connor and Greg Taylor as practice leads. Octane will be offering the delivery and support of the IBM suite of Planning and Analytics applications.