Business Continuum

2018: A Year of Growth, Transformation & New Challenges

With 2018 quickly drawing to a close, we thought we’d take the time to reflect on the Business Continuum journey this year. We’ve forged new partnerships, seen a major business transformation and grown our client base – and that’s just scratching the surface.

Tackling new challenges and developing partnerships

Since our humble beginnings as a one-man operation back in 2014, we’ve always loved a challenge. That’s why solving real-world problems for businesses is our bread and butter. This year, we’ve been fortunate enough to work with a more diverse range of businesses than ever before – from SMEs right through to ASX-listed companies.

As always, our ethos has been to provide end-to-end business transformation support. There’s no shortage of cloud integrators on the market, but our aim is to be an ongoing partner to our clients before, during, and after service – something that’s often overlooked. We like to think that it’s this dedication – along with our diverse range of industry experience – that has seen us entrusted with designing solutions for a growing number of businesses all over Australia.

Being able to solve bigger, harder and riskier problems is a huge motivator for the whole team here at Business Continuum. Strengthening our partnerships with software solutions like Concur and Scoro has enabled us to provide even more sophisticated solutions to drive operational excellence for businesses in a wider range of industries.

A month of milestones and transformations

October was a big month for us in more ways than one. Firstly, we reached a milestone of working with 500 businesses as of our 4th birthday early in the month – an amazing achievement that we’re incredibly proud of.

Late October also saw departures from Directors Greg Harrison and Chung Hui as they moved on to new business opportunities. We’re immensely thankful to Greg and Chung for their invaluable contributions to the business. Business Continuum wouldn’t be where it is today without their client-first approach and decades of expertise.

2019: New hires and continued growth

Looking forward to next year, we’ll be expanding our team of seven to around a dozen in line with our plan for continued growth. We’ll also be moving to WeWork offices in Melbourne and Sydney so we can be even more accessible to our clients and leverage the great community of talent in the co-working space.

As far as tech is concerned, we’ll be growing our existing partnerships with leading software providers, and we also have some customised app development in the works. Stay tuned for more info on that in the new year.

As a final note, we’d like to say a big thank you to everyone we’ve worked with this year – and here’s to a prosperous 2019. We look forward to seeing you next year!