Minnow to Mammoth: a multi-lens perspective on the journey of a niche, Australian-owned and operated SME.
On the 23rd of July, Angus Heatley, Kellie Davis, and Grant Joy presented a multi-lens perspective to the UQ Business School (MBA Program) about the acquisition journey of BCT Solutions, a niche, Australian-owned and operated SME, by the global technology powerhouse that is Accenture.
BCT Solutions was founded in 2015 by Defence Force veterans Patrick Batch and Angus Heatley and joined forces with Accenture in 2019. Most of the BCT workforce are veterans with deep, first-hand experience, skills and understanding of Australia’s Defence Force. Our team is still doing the work we love, but now with access to multiple career pathways and a huge amount of opportunities to address the pressing challenges facing the Defence and National Security landscape. Together with Accenture, BCT is better placed than ever to provide more opportunities for our team to grow and progress.
We are always looking for more great people to become part of our leading team in cyber, electronic warfare, technology and intelligence.
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BCT Solutions has the best team in the industry for Cyber, Electronic Warfare, Technology and Intelligence. In the last two years, BCT has been named the Prime Minister's Outstanding Veterans' Employer of the Year, ASBCA National Growth Champion and AFR Fast Starter. BCT Solutions is now a part of Accenture.
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Welcome to Jay who has joined the team in the Futures Portfolio as the Engagement Lead on Land Simulation Core 2.0. Jay has previously served in the Army and is highly skilled in logistics and contract management.
Last week BCT attended the ADM Congress 2020. It was great to hear from speakers, LTGEN Rick Burr, Marcus Hellyer from ASPI and Vice Admiral Michael Noonan. LTGEN Rick Burr recognised the importance of the reserves in their readiness and capability…
A belated welcome to Kellie Davis who has joined the team up in Queensland and has already rolled onto the the Land Intelligence Program. Kellie has previously served in the RAAF and was most recently working on aircrew simulation training in the private sector.