Anywise SME Talent Community takes flight

Anywise Consulting has announced the further integration of the veteran-owned BenchOn platform to launch the Anywise SME Talent Community.

The launch of the Anywise Talent Community will enable more in-depth access for Defence to highly skilled Australian SMEs, with hundreds of specialists due to take part.


The initiative will automatically match industry’s project support requirements to SMEs that fit the criteria to fill their needs.

”This Talent Community will be key to strengthening the defence SME base,” BenchOn CEO Tim Walmsley said.

”It not only supports enterprise by reducing sourcing time from one month to one day, and reporting to meet SME engagement targets, but also provides SMEs with passive business development to allow them to survive and thrive in-between major projects.”

The Anywise Talent Community is powered by the BenchON National Platform.

“This Talent Community, combined with other existing solutions in the Anywise partner ecosystem, is now integrated into the DNA of our operations,” Anywise managing director Adam Evans said.

”We now provide end-to-end support to integrated projects with a focus on collaboration and cross-industry access.”

To celebrate the launch, Anywise is offering the first 15 SME early adopters free use of the system for three months.

”Our aim is to have 500 high quality SMEs in the community by the end of the year to provide primes and major service providers the most comprehensive access to the available niche skillsets in the best companies,” Evans said.



Anywise SME Talent Community takes flight
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