29 June, 2023, Sydney, Australia – Total Synergy, a global leader in business management software and solutions for architects has announced a 2 year national partnership with the Australian Institute of Architects, the leading body for architects in Australia, representing over 12,000 built environment professionals.
This new national corporate partnership commenced in April, 2023 and spans 2 years through April 2025. It allows Total Synergy and Institute members to engage across multiple channels and events including The Australian Architecture Conference, online webinars, showcases, and various chapter initiatives throughout the year across New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland. Total Synergy will be bringing expert thought leadership and intelligence to members through these channels covering best practices for architecture business management, project management and collaboration.
As the AEC industry continues to evolve, software and services that allow businesses to manage and deliver projects in a repeatable, efficient and profitable manner will become increasingly important piece of digital transformation. This change has seen popular project management software companies retire their offerings igniting a change toward niche and more specialised offerings. Both Total Synergy and the institute look forward to developing the partnership and bringing innovation and intelligence to architecture businesses and teams.
Scott Osborne, CEO, Total Synergy says, “We are committed to bringing digitised solutions and services to the Australian Architecture and broader AEC industry and have been doing so for more than 20 years. We passionately believe that architects and designers should adopt new technologies across their business to help manage, collaborate, resource and re-risk projects. Digital transformation will help architects grow their businesses and be more profitable.”
Scott Osborne, CEO, Total Synergy says, “We are thrilled to have partnered with the Australian Institute of Architects, the voice of authority in the architectural design arena. Our 23 year history in Australia is aligned well with the values of the Institute and we look forward to cementing relationships and sharing business intelligence and software services to all members across Australia”. We committed to bringing digitised solutions to all architecture firms”.
Tamara Smith, National Manager for Partnerships and Strategic Engagement says, “The Institute is delighted to partner with Total Synergy as a National Supporting Partner”. “Through this partnership, Total Synergy will bring a plethora of knowledge to our members for innovative and effective digitized project management solutions”, Smith adds.
“We are always looking for ways to better meet the needs of our customers and this partnership is no exception,” adds Osborne. “We’re confident that with the Institute, our software services and expertise will allow companies to continue on the digital transformation path with less roadblocks and greater success”, Osborne says.
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About Total Synergy
Founded in Australia in 1999, Total Synergy is a global leader in business management software and solutions for Architecture, Engineering and Construction design (AEC) businesses. More than 14,000 users and 700 businesses in 13 countries rely on Total Synergy for intelligent business and project management software and superior services. Built by AEC industry experts, for the industry, Total Synergy helps businesses to effectively manage operations to increase profitability and create more time for design.
About The Australian Institute of Architects
Guided by our vision of ensuring that everyone benefits from good architecture, we represent over 14,000 members globally and are committed to demonstrating the value of architecture to the public whilst strengthening our profession and the practice of architecture. Along with our members, we are dedicated to improving our built environment and the communities we call home by promoting quality, responsible, sustainable design and advocating on behalf of the profession for the benefit of all Australians.