E: info@pscgroup.com.au
P: +61 3 9682 2699
ABN: 50 164 718 361

Services

Communication

Google Plus Linked in

Allcom Networks makes up PS&C's Communication business. The graph segments by industry sector the revenue received by Allcom Networks during the 2016 financial year.

The Communication business' revenue in the year ending 30 June 2016 totalled $16 million. This revenue was sourced from diverse segments of the economy and was led by the State and Local Government sector with a 46.8% share.

The Communication business manages, designs and deploys unified communications, IP telephony, and network and business technology solutions for a wide range of corporate and government clients within Australia and internationally. The Communication business has a strong focus on maintaining client networks to ensure maximum reliability and uptime is achieved. The Communication business has in excess of 40 full time staff and has an extensive bank of Panel and Preferred Supplier Agreements.

The communications market is driven by significant expenditure on large infrastructure projects such as the National Broadband Network. In NSW the estimated spend per annum on communications infrastructure is $1.4 billion.

The government rationalisation of facilities projects enhances opportunities for the Communication business to act as an implementation partner. The Communication business is well positioned to capitalise on these opportunities over the next 2 to 3 years as it has secured positions on several important NSW Government supplier panels.

Allcom Networks began operations in 1996 and now offers a range of products and services including:

  • Managed communication services solutions for SMEs through to enterprise solutions to large corporations. These solutions range from reactive support to wholly outsourced solutions covering all aspects of the client life cycle.
  • Converged communications offering employees and management a richer collaborative engagement with clients, partners and suppliers through new data and telephony systems.
  • Network infrastructure through CISCO’s Borderless Network approach to offer effective collaboration.
  • LAN Technologies specialising in architecture and deployment of messaging and related tools.
  • Virtualisation services which allow individual computing components to be dynamically combined and reassembled for maximum efficiency.
Communications Graph