Leighton needed to realign their South East Asian and Middle East IT infrastructure to support a rapidly expanding business footprint. Disparate and dispersed infrastructure had to be consolidated into four geographic locations.
A key challenge lay in securing and sustaining Leighton’s IT provisioning under a structured governance model capable of providing stability in challenging conditions.
We also needed to design and implement a unified global communications system that reflected the fine balance of autonomy and synergy across the Leighton Group of companies.
Creating a strategy to consolidate Leighton’s fragmented infrastructure meant navigating complex regulatory requirements in remote locations where the requisite IT skills were scarce.
The strategy we delivered enabled Leighton to accomplish all of the following key project goals:
This transformational project has consolidated and unified Leighton’s IT infrastructure without compromising the diverse operational needs of their constituent companies.
It has succeeded in:
In the bigger picture, it has established a high performance platform to support Leighton’s future ERP rollout.
The Leighton Group are global contractors delivering large scale infrastructure projects across a range of industries in 22 countries in Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Australia and New Zealand.
A high percentage of the approximately 52,000 strong workforce employed by Leighton’s five distinctive operating companies are working in the highly volatile construction project environment.