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We started working on a large transformation program about 2.5 years ago and a colleague suggested that we get in touch with IBRS.

 What impressed me from the start was the responsiveness of the team – every request is actioned immediately. The IBRS team reviewed a draft Cloud and Related Services agreement and provided valuable feedback. Late one Friday afternoon I had an urgent follow up question, contacted the office and Wissam Raffoul was kind enough to call me within 15 minuteswhile on his way to another client.

The research papers are always to the point, practical and immediately implementable. We recently held a Cloud workshop for the team. The content was spot on for what we needed and the team (of around 15 people) were fully engaged throughout the session. The workshop also highlighted the varying views of “Cloud” within the team and has provided the information we needed to progress with developing our plans for moving to hosted environments. The monthly calls and visits are a good time to discuss future plans and update on progress.

Having made use of various consultancy services in the past, I have found the IBRS service to be excellent value for money, and have no hesitation in recommending them.

Chief Information Officer – South Australian Government. 

December 2017

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