ABM rebrand to reinvent digital transformation in Australia


Johannesburg, 04 Aug 2020
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Greg Clarke, CEO of Decision Inc. Australia.
Greg Clarke, CEO of Decision Inc. Australia.

ABM Systems is rebranding as Decision Inc. Australia from 1 August 2020, transforming into a fully-fledged digital technology platform business. By fully embracing the Decision Inc. organisation, it can leverage the global expertise of the group, which has been a majority shareholder of the company since 2017.

“For more than two decades, ABM has focused on client-centric information management consultancy to solve business problems for clients across Australia. Leveraging Decision Inc. global capabilities enables us to deliver even more expertise in implementing the transformational technologies that are underpinning rapid change for leading enterprises. Being able to access Decision Inc. industry and technology IP from around the world ensures we can combine the best of local expertise with global best practice,” says Greg Clarke, CEO of Decision Inc. Australia.

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on business confidence. For some enterprises it has resulted in a slow-down, while others have been able to identify opportunities for growth. However, even during this challenging time, ABM has been able to continue to drive innovation with clients, from better FP&A for government, to analytics leadership for an insurance industry CEO and his executive team, to data governance for a power company, data modelling for a retailer, and RPA for a miner.

“Decision Inc. Australia will now benefit from a knowledge network that is already integrated across the United Kingdom and South African offices of the group. Staff have more opportunities to grow and reskill themselves for a digitally focused future. Our clients in Australia can now access an expanded service offering, bringing significant disruption to a competitive market,” says Nicholas Bell, Group CEO of Decision Inc.

Using the capabilities that Decision Inc. Australia provides, companies can empower their information workers to use more innovative tools such as robotic process automation, machine learning and artificial intelligence to focus on the more strategic aspects of their work.

“Understanding the value of data and how best to unlock it have become the vital differentiators in a cluttered market. Organisations like ours, which combine a people-centric approach with innovative technology solutions that deliver effective data and analytics management, are in a strong position to grow,” concludes Clarke.

Find out more about our Australian team today: http://decisioninc.com.au/.

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