The MoU has been in the works since all parties met at the Stategic Connections Group at Euronaval last October, with the effort formalised with the official signing at the Victorian Pavilion at Avalon Airshow.
The Victorian state government, the Australian Defence Alliance and other key stakeholders “have supported the three companies to build capacity and extend to additional markets”.
“We have been developing the support framework for Valuechain platforms here in Australia since 2016,” Adam Evans, managing director of Anywise Consulting, said.
”In seeking additional partners we have been deliberate in our search for a company such as SCG here in Victoria. With the help of the Victorian government, we have opened up more opportunities for local companies to collaborate domestically and across Europe."
Valuechain UK has been a trailblazer in the development of digital solutions for SMEs around the globe. The partnership “builds another support node into the network”, which in turn will provide a greater reach into adjacent markets and industries.
The company said that its efforts will now shift to a national network following a successful pilot of the Victorian Defence Alliance Network, in order to connect “SME capabilities and capacities” in the cloud.
SCG is made up of a team with a “unique diversification of competencies”, be it engineering, design, freight and logistic experts, all the way through to innovation and business systems specialists.
This diversity allows the team to “support highly complex, large scale and sensitive projects”.
The company aims to connect other businesses with key stakeholders in order to help them streamline their projects.
Anywise Consulting was formed in 2014 to “address a growing need in the market”, with clients “seeking something more than body shop support”. Anywise specialises in integrating people processes and tools, forming high performing teams and helping their clients deliver challenging projects.