While generally people go through life trying to avoid explosions at work, RedBull Powder requires them and, clearly, is a task that needs plenty of focus.
Worrying about support functions like IT isn’t always front of mind, so having a partner who does it instead is required.
Relevant information at the right time is critical for companies to help manage their business. Companies like Freightways, which provides a critical delivery pipeline throughout New Zealand, have never been more critical to consumers. As service expectations increase, new thinking is required to ensure they are met. Rapid access to information and customer data helps to drive that.
“Right from the outset BTG understood what we needed. They worked with us consistently to break that down into projects that could be implemented without disrupting our business at all.” Managing director, Dr Iain Melton
A Tauranga based health provider had a communication problem. In fact, says their Chief Financial Officer, it was so bad the hard decision was made to post an apology on its website to explain that the phones did not work sometimes.
NZ Bus needed to improve their cyber security. Spam was getting through exposing staff to fake login sites with the potential for passwords to be stolen and for malicious attachments. Action was needed.
A business critical data and VOIP migration looming, UCG couldn’t have this process negatively impact on the safety of their clients, nor the integrity of their 24/7 operation. They discovered that BTG were the safe hands they needed to deliver great results.
No longer operating under the umbrella of a parent company, Facteon partnered with BTG as they needed an external IT partner agile enough to help them grow, and compete in the fast-paced world of production plant robotics.
One fish. Two fish. Catch fish. Upload fish. Always looking for ways to promote positive connections within our community, BTG agreed to help Outboard Boating Club (OBC) with their annual fishing competitions, but we had no idea the impact would have a ripple effect felt throughout South Auckland.
When Hirepool wanted to accelerate a pathway for growth, an outsourced IT solution meant they could do just that. Having confidence in their IT service provider to build and support a system to manage expansion that saw a triple growth in 3 years scenario was paramount.
D&H Steel chose to continually adopt new Citrix technologies for improved agility, dynamic productivity, and workplace fluidity due to superior technology, as well as a drive to continually improve functionality.
With staff in Australia, staff in various locations throughout the North and South Islands, and agronomists scattered around New Zealand, shifting to a cloud based platform has given leading Agri seed breeding and wholesale company, Cropmark Seeds, technology in the field.
Mike Greer Homes business was expanding faster than their IT could handle. They engaged with BTG to upgrade infrastructure, migrate servers, virtualise servers and instate robust disaster recovery and back up.
Post February 2011 earthquake, all three Blackwells companies and their respective IT systems had to be merged to one location. BTG engineers entered the red zoned and damaged Blackwells and Canterbury Mazda sites, collected all hardware and infrastructure, moved and organised internet feeds, and generally ‘made things work’ to minimise downtime.
Villa Maria Estate has partnered with BTG to review its information and communication technology systems and architect a solution to any problems found. Additionally BTG has been tasked with funding any proposed expenditure from within existing monthly spends. BTG has successfully completed this task.