Tomago Aluminium first win for new entity UXC Connect

Wednesday, 26 May, 2010

UXC Getronics Australia has celebated the completion of its integration into the UXC Group winning a deal with Tomago Aluminium for end-to-end outsourcing services encompassing an ERP system.

The new entity, UXC Connect, will specialise in the delivery of ICT services and Iitegration solutions for business sustainability and will leverage the entire UXC group of ICT companies.

UXC Connect will invest 27,000 man hours between 2010 and 2014 in the transformation project, as well as $1 million in systems, training, methodologies and recruitment. UXC Connect Managing Director Paul Timmins believes the new brand reflects the company’s focus on connecting IT with its customers’ business outcomes.

“Having been part of the UXC Group since February 2008, we felt we could fill a gap in the systems integrator market by developing stronger services and consulting capabilities,” said Timmins. “We’re offering our clients a more business-oriented customer experience through the introduction of rigorous processes and refocused SLAs and introducing new specialisations around the delivery of business sustainability, particularly in the areas of critical infrastructure and green IT. UXC Connect is working towards accreditation in the ISO14001 Environmental Management framework in September this year, which will make us one of the first ICT companies in Australia to achieve this standard.”

“The program proposed by UXC Connect demonstrated its technical skills, attention to detail and presented a multi-level engagement and access to key team members across the organisation,” said Christine Cameron, IT Manager, Tomago Aluminium. “UXC Connect stood out from the crowd with its energy, enthusiasm and innovation as well as the obvious commitment of the entire organisation to winning the business. The focus on cultural fit and mapping the IT solution to our business objectives are the reasons Tomago decided to partner with UXC Connect.”

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