Manufacturing and Construction

The Manufacturing and Construction industry in Australia is one that is subject to the pressures of globalisation and an uncertain economic climate as much as any other. Increasing global competition adds to the increasing need to improve the overall automation of processes, and the reduction of production costs, while constantly improving the service delivered to major clients.

Business Aspect’s combination of capabilities in areas such as; business process modelling and analysis, requirements definition, strategy development, technology architecture, application architecture, and application development have facilitated the delivery of significant value to this industry.

Business Aspect’s performance in the Manufacturing and Construction industry is reflected in the following case studies:

  • Case Study: Architecture Engagement

    This diversified national construction group has a large number of sites around Australia. The existing ICT infrastructure and network has evolved through a number of business acquisitions. The CIO had developed an ICT strategy that adopted cloud...

  • Case Study: Business Impact Assessment and Risk Assessment

    Business Aspect performed a detailed Business Impact Assessment (BIA) and Risk Analysis for the organisation's Queensland operations. The project involved workshops and interviews with key business group managers and stakeholders throughout the...

  • Case Study: Pricing Strategy Engagement

    Business Aspect was engaged by the manufacturer to develop and execute a strategy focussed on the reorganisation of its price book. The range of products, client contracts and discount arrangements had grown to be very complex and particularly difficult...

  • Case Study: Production System Refresh

    The organisation had embarked on the replacement and extension of an existing system that controls the manufacture of a range of standard products. The existing application was approaching end of life and there was no suitable package solution that could...