FTS Group, an Australian technology consulting and services business, has announced its rebrand to Atturra.
As part of this, the eight FTS Group subsidiaries will be fully integrated into the Atturra brand. The company says the extensive rebranding effort is in response to the increased number of partnerships the company has formed and the growing collaboration among the businesses in the group.
The consolidated Atturra brand brings together FTS Group companies ANATAS, Veritec, Cubic Consulting, ESAM Consulting, Galaxy42, KoBold, Mentum Systems, and Noetic. Future acquisitions will also be folded into the Atturra brand.
FTS Group was formed in 2015 and says it has achieved momentum through both acquisition and organic growth in Australia.
“FTS Group’s smarts across all its businesses was not adequately represented by the original branding, and the business has outgrown its old structures," Stephen Kowal, CEO, Atturra, said. "The rebrand and unification to Atturra reflects the emphasis on accessing enterprise scale, technologies, and specialisations the group offers.
"Atturra brings together the intelligence, strong partnerships, and experiences that the business has already successfully delivered for hundreds of clients across dozens of industries throughout Australia.
"While all the units have been working closely together for some years now, as one unified brand Atturra is now in a stronger position to compete and lead in the IT services landscape.”
Atturra has made several strategic acquisitions in the region over the past 12 months. These include Noetic, ESAM Consulting, and Mentum Systems, increasing the business’s offering and capability. Since 2019, Atturra has reportedly been driving revenue growth exceeding a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of over 23 per cent.
“Atturra is 100 per cent Australian born, bred, owned, and operated," Kowal said. "We've been building a powerful local technology services company, and this new brand is an important step forward in that journey.
"Atturra’s vision is to continue to design, build and support the nation’s technology needs, while building exciting career paths for its people.
“This rebranding milestone is significant for the company as the market accelerates.
"Customers expect to partner with organisations that can maximise the value of end-to-end solutions."
Atturra, which has over 500 staff members, including more than 200 security-cleared consultants, to date has served more than 600 local clients across federal, state and local government, defence, education, wealth and financial services, and utilities.