How We've Defined the Concept of the BMS

We spoke to iTWire about the history of our company and the BMS, some of our clients, digital transformation, what it takes to be a successful Australian tech company and future trends:

See how we've defined the concept of the BMS, helping more and more organisations realise the benefits. 

Read the full article featured on iTWire. 

Powering Your Business with BMS 3.0

The latest version of our business management system, BMS 3.0, is driven by both existing customer feedback and future trends.

Technology is continuing to change the way businesses function. It is important that organisations adopt technology as a core component to remain competitive as businesses continue to struggle with challenges related to efficiency, knowledge and risk management and business transformation.

Technology has revolutionised operations, introducing trends including:

  • Emerging mobile applications to change the way we work

  • Increased mobility and BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) to drive accessibility, strengthening performance by enabling processes and decisions to be executed in real-time

  • Big data which needs to be easily accessed, manipulated and shared is essential to drive effective delivery of solutions with full integration between data, mobile, cloud and social

To thrive in the new digital economy, businesses must implement robust systems to help navigate business complexities with data, people, strategy, systems, processes, information and policies which need to be connected and simplified for easy access and use for quantifiable results.

Implementing a Business Management System helps set you on the path to sustainable and continuous improvement by enabling you to understand organisational connections, design evolutionary changes, and embed changes into your organisation’s DNA.

Learn more by downloading a copy of the BMS Features Flyer or Get in Touch to see how we can work with you to propel your business to new heights.

From Digital Disruption to Digital Innovation

Today’s rapidly changing digital era has redefined the theory of digital disruption.

Already spanning both public and private domains, technology must be adopted as a core component for businesses to remain successful. This is particularly important as organisations are finding ways to reach new heights by using technology to revolutionise the market with “more than half of Australian and New Zealand CIOs being leaders of digital transformation in their enterprise” (Gartner 2015).

Look at Apple. Their success lies in their ability to think radically, with a customer-centric focus and the simplicity in design reinforcing usability. Not only has the iPhone dominated the smartphone space but it’s eliminated 27 competitors, including Nokia - previously the biggest player, which collapsed failing to address the importance of software to meet evolving demands.

The high-tech era has taught people to expect constant innovation; when companies fall behind, consumers are quick to punish them. Late and inadequate: for Nokia, it was a deadly combination
— The New Yorker 2013

With digital playing such a critical role in the evolution of business, incorporate technology to connect all organisational facets for continuous improvement. Implement a business management system as an engine to drive your organisation forward as we see a surge in connectivity, speed and efficiency with greater access to knowledge and information.

Empower yourselves by employing and mastering technology for growth.