We are pleased to announce that Business Continuum has today merged with Realtime Business, marking an exciting milestone for both organisations.
The two businesses will operate under the Business Continuum brand, offering clients a wider range of cloud integration solutions using Xero and WorkflowMax.
An experienced team
The team at Realtime Business, headed by Greg Harrison, brings impressive skills and expertise to Business Continuum.
“This merger brings together two like-minded companies that share a commitment to quality, innovation and customer service,” says Chung Hui, Director, Business Continuum. “It enables us to quickly achieve significant growth and improvement in expertise, quality and capabilities.
“Greg joins us as a director, bringing with him 35 years of IT and business experience. His comprehensive knowledge of Xero and WorkflowMax is a major asset. He’s strong on process, pragmatic in his approach and passionate about achieving the right outcomes for clients.”
More services, more expertise and more insights for clients
The merger of the two businesses creates a significant growth in capacity and scope – effectively doubling the operational size of the business.
“Our broader scope of services will enable us to offer comprehensive consulting services for inventory management, strategic solutions, Xero tax training, document management and many other services,” says Greg Harrison. “I’m looking forward to working with the Business Continuum team. Their depth of experience is considerable and their holistic approach to their clients is first-rate. Due to the market presence and strength of the Business Continuum brand, it was an easy decision to continue operating under the Business Continuum name.”
For Business Continuum clients, operations will continue as normal. Realtime Business clients will be seamlessly transitioned to become clients of Business Continuum. Abacus, another brand established by Realtime Business, will also cease operation.