Cincom are proud to announce their inclusion in the Australian Defence Magazine (ADM)’s top 20 SMEs of 2017.
This annual survey is compiled by the publication in conjunction with their Top 40 Defence Suppliers. The reports rank businesses in regards to their defence related revenue and other key defence activities.
The team in Cincom Australia have been servicing the Defence industry for over 40 years. Some of their most notable customers include ASC (Collins Class Submarines and Air Warfare Destroyers projects) and Thales (Minehunter project).
Graeme King, Cincom Country Manager says “It’s a great honour to be included in ADM’s top 20 SME list.
“The Naval Shipbuilding industry is entering an exciting era of opportunity with projects such as the Future Submarines, the Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPV) and Future Frigates (FFGs) project and Cincom’s solutions are well positioned to support industry through this exiting period”
“Cincom are committed to both our long standing Defence customers as well as providing innovative ERP and other software solutions into the market,” he explains.
Chemring Australia took out the number 1 spot in the SME list with an increase of $17million AUD in defence related annual turnover jumping up from 6th position last year.
You can see a full version of the list as well as discussion of the results here.
Cincom help defence companies better manage cost, schedule and regulatory compliance, while providing industry-leading contract administration capabilities through sophisticated ERP software.
Project-focused defence customers choose Cincom ERP solutions to provide contract and project-based manufacturing capabilities ensuring compliance at every stage of the value chain, matched with full support to ensure projects are on time and on budget.