Brennan IT seeks growth, creates 50 jobs

Summary:Brennan IT has embarked on a three-year growth strategy, opening up 50 new roles in a search for talent.

Brennan IT has embarked on a three-year growth strategy, opening up 50 new roles in a search for talent.

Dave Stevens
(Credit: Brennan IT)

The company said that its expansion is due to record sales growth on the back of increased demand for cloud services, managed IT support and managed wide-area networking. Its latest half-yearly results saw a 43 per cent increase in sales figures from the previous year.

"Our investment over the next three years in talent, the launch of new solutions and extending our partner relationships will be critical to achieving our growth targets, and building upon our position in the market," managing director Dave Stevens said.

The three-year strategy will involve a restructure of the company to adopt a national approach to sales and account services, and the creation of 50 new roles to augment its 200-strong workforce. Of the roles, 35 will focus on service delivery, and consist of solutions architects, senior consultants and senior systems engineers. Experts filling these roles will also be expected to have a focus on business and strategy functions, rather than simply being technical consultants.

The remaining 15 positions will be in sales and pre-sales, to help drive the business, including account managers, business development managers and pre-sales consultants.

The roles will be for the company's Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne offices.

"We are problem solvers; building the solutions and managing the deployment of these at the client side, so any frustrated solutions architects or engineers out there, we would love to hear from you if you are looking for a new challenge," Stevens said.

Topics: Cloud, Tech & Work


A Sydney, Australia-based journalist, Michael Lee covers a gamut of news in the technology space including information security, state Government initiatives, and local startups.

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