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Pact Group drives productivity with rapid Teams adoption amidst a pandemic

Pact Group is a dynamic and robust manufacturer of packaging and other products with operations throughout Australia, New Zealand and Asia. In 2020 Pact Group sought help from Insync Technology to help transition their workforce to WFH.

Corporate & Enterprise

QIC transitions to Microsoft Teams to thrive during COVID-19 and beyond

QIC is a long-term specialist manager in alternatives offering infrastructure, real estate, private capital, liquid strategies, and multi-asset investments. It is one of the largest institutional investment managers in Australia, with A$79bn (US$54 bn) in funds under management (as of ... read more

Financial and Professional Services / Government / Unified Communications / Video Conferencing

MTAQ adopts Microsoft Teams as part of three-year digital transformation

MTA Queensland is the peak automotive industry body for Queensland, representing the interests of the Automotive industry. In 2018, MTAQ engaged Insync to implement Microsoft Teams and deliver voice traffic from their tenancy.


Staying Secure, Protecting Ratepayer Data & Funds

Central Highlands have an obligation to protect both staff, infrastructure, and assets that they administer on behalf of the region – so looked to a long time Microsoft consulting partner and managed services provider, Insync Technology “Insync” to assist with ... read more


Food Agility overhauls IT software to become a connected and collaborative Modern Workplace

Established in 2018, Food Agility grew quickly and by the following year there were staff working from multiple locations across the country. The office productivity tools and multiple-point solutions initially set up were no longer manageable. In 2019 Food Agility ... read more

Corporate & Enterprise

How Insync expedited Australian Catholic Universities’ modern workplace transformation amidst the rise of COVID-19

With digital transformation a focal point of its Strategic Plan, Australian Catholic University engaged Insync Technology to do some transformation groundwork, as well as fellow Microsoft partner, Espire Infolabs.


TasPorts see increase in collaboration and productivity following migration to Telstra Calling for Office 365

TasPorts employs over 300 staff who work across 10 different sites, some of which have limited network access. Staff were restricted by their existing telephony and conferencing facilities which in turn limited their ability to collaborate effectively.


Telephony upgrade helps gallery modernise communications

Located in Canberra, The National Gallery of Australia (NGA) is one of the country’s most iconic cultural institutions. With over 2.3 million visitors to the venue every year, they needed to upgrade a very old and fragile telephony system and ... read more


Modern workplace, modern future through collaboration

CareSuper is Australia’s largest industry superannuation fund for people in professional, managerial, administrative and service occupations. The company has over 130 staff across offices in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, and Canberra. The business needed to replace their existing, isolated Cisco video-conferencing ... read more

Financial and Professional Services

Five companies, three key functions, one solution

As a parent company with four subsidiaries (made up of Griffith Hack, Shelston IP, Watermark and Glasshouse Advisory), Intellectual Property (IP) services provider Xenith IP Group Ltd faced a very unique technology problem. They were keen to create efficiencies across ... read more

Intellectual Property