BMS started operating about 20 years ago.
Since then we have undertaken many projects ranging from a couple of days to a couple of years in duration. All have been highly successful. We have also trained thousands of people in IT technology and business practices.
Organisations we have undertaken major projects for include many well known names, such as, Coles Group, Australia Post, Pacific Brands, BHP Minerals, Orica, DULUX BASF, Western Mining and the State Government of Victoria - (Department of State Development, Health and Community Services, Department of Justice), National Australia Bank, NEC, New Zealand Post, Pasminco.
At BMS we are focused on the needs of our clients rather than software products. The tools used are less important than the results achieved , however mostly we develop using Microsoft family of products. But also with many other desktop computer tools. We place great importance on getting the right systems in place in the right time frame and of course Agile methodology tools are essential for this.
The technology should always take second place to the business needs and aspirations of the project. It is always more effective to concentrate on the business benefits and improvements than on the technology that is used to achieve them. Having said that the use of appropriate technology is also critically important to the return on investment.
Our aim is to build long-term relationships with our clients by providing an outstanding level of service and professionalism.
Our clients come to rely on us and treat us as part of their management team and a corporate resource.
BMS clients include some of the Australia's most prominent organisations. Most of these organisations have used our services for many years and have used our services repeatedly for many different projects.
Our principals are members of the the Australian Computer Society and we subscribe to the code of ethics of the Australian Computer Society.
We believe that the most important attributes of an IT professional are integrity and common sense.