Derek McFadden is Director and Principal at Genesis Projects. Derek provides specialist project management and consultancy services to major infrastructure clients in the energy, ports, rail and mining sectors.
Genesis specialises in capital infrastructure projects at all lifecycle stages, supporting project owners and customers in developing capital investment systems and managing project programmes and portfolios.
the I.T. team advise and provide all essential I.T. services to Genesis. “I run a very fluid and dynamic business and I need business systems that can work with me not against me. the I.T. team have been able to advise me on a model that is a best-fit with my requirements.”
Elgas is the largest marketer of LPG in Australasia and operates the southern hemisphere’s largest LPG storage facility at Port Botany in Sydney. The company has more than 40 staff working at five locations around New Zealand.
the I.T. team has been working with Elgas since 2006, initially under the hairyLemon umbrella. Since the switch to the I.T. team, Elgas has moved their IT services from break-fix to a monthly managed services model. the I.T. team deploys on premise servers for Elgas, as well as managing desktop computers and back-ups.
Grant Bull is Elgas’s South Island Regional Manager.
“Working with the I.T. team has helped make my job a lot easier. The last thing I want to be dealing with are I.T. related issues when my primary responsibility is managing the profitability and performance of a key regional business centre.”
Rannerdale Veteran’s Hospital & Home
Steve Shamy is General Manager at the not-for-profit Rannerdale Home for war veterans in Christchurch.
the I.T. team have managed Steve’s I.T. requirements for over 5 years and he was the first client to make the switch to the I.T. team’s new managed services.
“As the manager of a not-for-profit organisation, it is incredibly important that I have as much certainty as possible around the operational costs of the business. The I.T. team’s managed services model provides me with that.”