Case study

Telstra Renishaw Case Study – expand network capabilities

In the science of metrology – the study of measurement – calibrating units to ensure maximum precision and control is paramount. If a unit of measurement is even slightly unbalanced, it can have a ripple effect on the outcomes. The same can be said when it comes to implementing change within a business.

Renishaw is a global metrology specialist and also a world leader in spectroscopy and additive manufacturing (metal 3D printing). The company specialises in the design and development of solutions to provide unparalleled precision, control and reliability for the manufacturing and healthcare industries.

With around 5,000 employees located in 80 offices around the world, previous network solutions were no longer sufficient. Renishaw’s existing WAN network was due for renewal, and the company was looking at a technology refresh to meet the changing business needs of a rapidly growing company.

Find out how we helped our customer Renishaw expand its network capabilities in this case study.

renishaw-telstra-case-study

Learn more

Related Insights

Shining a light on the data journey

Businesses produce and process data more than ever before, and it has become increasingly important to derive value from it. In this article, our team shed light on Telstra Purple's work to produce purposeful outcomes for organisations transitioning towards a data driven culture.

Learn more
Learn more

The new CIO’s dilemma: Preserving what works versus changing what doesn’t

At Telstra Purple’s New-in-Role virtual roundtable, 14 CIOs explored the trickiest parts of their first year and how to navigate them. An overarching challenge was identifying what to keep versus what to change, then using that basis to implement lasting, positive change. Our attendees identified three major steps to success.

Learn more
Learn more

A new CIO’s four biggest challenges and how to solve them

Stepping into the role of CIO has never been easy. Now, with performance increasingly contingent on digitisation and technology being woven into organisational strategy and culture, CIOs need to wear more hats than ever. This means the early days of their tenure are important – but tough – to get right.

Learn more
Learn more