In 2007 Blooms the Chemist approached TechFlare for support on a sizeable technical challenge. A growing pharmacy chain, Blooms the Chemist was looking to build an ICT strategy that would allow for future growth and the ability to manage technology from a central place.Learn More
ABI (Acquired Brain Injury) Services is a not for profit business specializing in providing services to people with an acquired brain injury.Learn More
MD Brick is a successful supplier, retailer and wholesaler of construction goods. As the business has expanded over the years, including an acquisition of another business in the industry, the need for systems and reliable technology was required.Learn More
During 2013, TechFlare began working with Kel Campbell to implement new technologies, beginning with a Hosted Server platform to house a new CRM. The current platform was ageing and with a need for reliance on local hardware becoming outdated, a new landscape was required.Learn More
Colquhoun’s is a fifth generation Australian company with a long history of leadership in the packaging industry. When TechFlare was introduced to the business the technology in play was far from optimal and built predominantly on legacy systems.Learn More
In 2008 TechFlare had an opportunity to consult with the Capital Chemist Group based in Canberra, ACT. TechFlare had previously worked on a transactional basis with members of the group but was asked to put forward a standard offering covering the best practices in managing the technology solutions at the group level and at the individual store level.Learn More
"Technology is not my strong spot so having a good partner come in and resolve our issues was a huge benefit to our business."
Martine Driene, Managing Director MD Brick