Brennan IT scores Maccas, Audi, Volkswagen deals

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Brennan IT scores Maccas, Audi, Volkswagen deals
Stephen Sims, Brennan IT

Brennan IT has signalled a move towards larger clients, announcing a handful of multi-million-dollar deals with some of the world's most recognisable brands.

The new customers include McDonald's Australia, Inghams Enterprises, Audi Australia, Volkswagen Australia and Australian Laboratory Services.

Brennan didn't go into the specifics of each deal, other than to say that it would a offer a mix of infrastructure systems, management, onsite services desks and end-user support services, along with project and procurement services.

Each of the new customers signed agreements for more than three years.

Brennan IT has made a name for itself in the channel for owning the mid-market, though chief executive Stephen Sims said that his company's approach also resonates with corporate customers who have "been underserviced by the large tier-1 services providers for too long."

“Often these organisations are looking for a true partnership with someone who is able to meet their unique requirements and who can truly utilise best practice in relation to commercial models, SLAs, systems and processes," Sims said.

“We are finding that many businesses are unhappy with their current providers and are looking for change. We can offer enterprise capabilities and governance without the corporate bureaucracy of a large tier-1 provider. Our combination of maturity and dexterity, as well as history of serving unique organisations with distinct needs within the Australian market, is driving our success."

Brennan IT said it's invested heavily in its service model, and can now tailor its managed service offerings to fit individual customer needs.

The company also noted that it offers security as standard for all its managed services customers, along with onsite and remote support and automation for end-user requirements. Those services had only previously been available at the top end of the enterprise market.

“Brennan IT looks forward to continuing to develop this position as a leader in the managed services space, providing strategic advice and compelling solutions for organisations across Australia,” Sims added.

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