Revium strikes strategic equity partnership with accounting and advisory firm

Mutual customer benefits from partnership anticipated

Melbourne-based digital transformation agency, Revium, has secured an equity partnership with Australian accounting and advisory firm, William Buck.

It is hoped the partnership will provide another strategic layer of management to the agency’s customers.

Revium managing partners, Andrew Ellett and Adam Barty, said the deal is testament to the systems, innovations and professionalism that underly the ongoing success of Revium in the marketplace, and recognises its commitment to maintain this formula.

“As quiet achievers in the digital space this investment may surprise some in the industry, but for us it is confirmation that focusing on client outcomes has been the right approach to drive continued growth,” Ellett said.

“The partnership with William Buck allows us to benefit from a wider range of professionals who can add value to our clients and projects, affirming our position as a challenger to the big four consultancies.”

According to Barty, the partnership also provides another layer of strategic management to Revium which will support the business as it continues to expand the breadth of service offerings and rapidly scales to meet growing client demand in an increasingly complex and specialised marketplace.

“Revium’s expertise in CX, data and digital will provide an extension to the strategic advice available to William Buck’s diverse client base,” he said.

“And vice versa, will offer clients of Revium access to a range of professionals at William Buck.”

Revium is a full-service digital transformation agency founded in 2008. With a staff of over 40 all on-shore in Melbourne, Revium provides a credible alternative to the tier one consulting firms across Customer Experience, Data, Digital Development and Machine Learning.

Established in 1895, William Buck is a leading mid-tier accounting and advisory firm with over 100 Directors and 600 professionals across Australia and New Zealand. William Buck’s focus on industries such as manufacturing, property, health and services closely aligns with Revium’s client base.

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