Established in 2003 by Finite Group, FinXL IT Professional Services provides technology enabled business solutions and services. FinXL has grown rapidly, with over 400 consultants currently engaged on assignment Australia-wide. By combining proven IT expertise with strong commercial acumen, FinXL partners with clients to ensure they deliver on operational strategy and execution.
FinXL prides itself in working closely with their clients to genuinely understand their business requirements and changing needs. This enables FinXL to provide business and technology services that drive real, practical and financially tangible benefits to their business. Its six key service offerings include business consulting services, project services, information services, managed services, solution service, and staff augmentation services.
In early 2013, FinXL launched Project PS+ (Professional Services Plus) as a major exercise to reflect on business achievements and to realise new goals and objectives. Project PS+ sought to better define the business services, record client case studies, improve brand awareness, increase its client base, develop their core team, and grow revenues and market share. After analysis of the impressive financial results and various initiatives undertaken to achieve them, Project Catapult was launched in January 2014, which identifies 29 objectives for FinXL to review and implement.
Recently, FinXL has been recognised as an ABA100 Winner for Enterprise in The Australian Business Awards 2014. FinXL’s Managing Director Tracy Thomson described the award as recognition of the strong growth achieved by FinXL in challenging market conditions. “We have undertaken significant initiatives to achieve substantial revenue growth through the successful delivery of an increased range of high value service offerings to a fast growing national client base. This award is testament to all the hard work and dedication of FinXL’s highly talented team around Australia and to our amazing clients for giving us the opportunity to successfully deliver their ICT projects,” said Thomson.