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Ensyst places 55th in BRW Fast 100

  • 25 October, 2005 09:30

<p>Ensyst Pty Ltd, a leading IT systems integrator, has placed 55th in 2005 BRW Fast 100 placing it at the forefront of growing companies in Australia over the past 3 years.</p>
<p>Director, Tim Sone, was delighted with the listing.</p>
<p>"It's important to note that all growth up to the time of making the list was organic. With much of our business coming through referral it is clear that maintaining our customer focus while developing internal processes was a successful strategy. Now, with our recent acquisition of SynergyIT progressing so well we know that our business can support the dynamic growth, both organic and through acquisition, we have planned for the next few years"</p>
<p>Rob Roche, Director, Ensyst was also pleased with the recognition Ensyst had received.</p>
<p>"We are delighted at this result. Our goal was not to grow fast, but to establish a solid base from which to develop our client and vendor relationships well into the future. To succeed in achieving that, as well as being listed amongst the fastest growing companies in Australia, reinforces our strategic decisions"</p>
Ensyst is a leading end-to-end IT solutions provider. Established in 2001, Ensyst now services companies of varying size - from tens to thousands of employees - and across a wide range of industries. Ensyst has a broad set of offerings including Support Services, Engineering Services, Consulting and Project Management, Security Services, Software Development and Procurement Services as well as solutions such as VoIP and Information Lifecycle Management (ILM)</p>
<p>For more information contact:</p>
<p>Kim Heras
Commercial Manager
Ensyst Pty Ltd
p: 02 8236 7617
f: 02 8236 7699

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