Do you have trouble-pronouncing ECLEVA? Do you wonder what ECLEVA actually means? Have a read of our ECLEVA-themed facts and trivia and let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
1) ECLEVA Has a Double Meaning
ECLEVA is a spin on the words electronic and clever, which refers to their credo: Innovative Ideas Delivered Simply. The name is pronounced as /eklevuh/.
The name also upholds the six core values that the company practices when working with their clients and within their departments:
• Act with Integrity
These core values were the results of a team effort. They had to spend hours sifting through words (and a bit of doodling on the side) to find the best behaviours and values that are important to them.
Originally, the company name was to be ECLEVI, I for Integrity. However, ECLEVA’s CEO Patrick Northcott and Managing Partner Martin Halmarick thought that the name doesn’t roll off the tongue, prompting them to change the last part to Act with Integrity.
2) The Logo Represents Innovation and Efficiency
Even in the logo, ECLEVA remains consistent in promoting their core values.
It is shaped like the first two letters of ECLEVA and features small and large cogs surrounded by a blue semi-circle.
According to Mr Northcott, cogs best represent the company’s principle in developing smart solutions through simple processes.
ECLEVA’s blue and white colour palette, on the other hand, were selected to maintain the professional and reliable image that PNP and S1 have maintained over the years.
3) Despite Being a New Brand, ECLEVA is already a Veteran in the IT Industry
ECLEVA is just almost a year old. However, the brand was created from the merger of two, leading business technology solutions firms in Australia – S1 Consulting and PNP Solutions.
Before ECLEVA, Mr Northcott was the CEO of PNP Solutions, while Mr Halmarick was the Managing Director of S1 Consulting.
The company started working together in the early 2000s, wherein they developed a strategy to sell, demo, and host a CRM system. The success of their first joint venture led the two companies to start working together on several more projects.
According to Mr Halmarick, the merging of the two companies was a natural progression and greatly improved their working dynamics and delivery success.
4) ECLEVA Prefers Talking Business, Rather Than Technology
ECLEVA stands out from other business technology solutions providers because they put effort in understanding the language of their key industry verticals.
“The more that we understand the industry that we are working with, the quicker we are able to deliver value to our clients”, noted Antun Scurla, ECLEVA’s Sales Manager.
5) Certified Microsoft Partner
ECLEVA is a Microsoft Gold Partner in CRM and a Silver Partner in Cloud Services and a Microsoft Authorised Education Partner – a certification given to companies that have the highest level of expertise in using the Microsoft Academic product suites.
However, Microsoft applications are not the only tools in ECLEVA’s arsenal. The company also established partnerships with vendors like Click Dimensions, Marketo, Unit 4, and Elsevier Pure.
The platforms and tools offered by these organisations are used in conjunction with ECLEVA’s solutions to meet complex requirements within a short timeframe.
Learn how ECLEVA uses these partnerships to develop effective business technology solutions by checking this page.
6) EduRe is ECLEVA’s CRM Solution for the Education Sector
If you have peers working for a Uni or TAFE, they’ve probably mentioned the word ‘EduRe’ in one of your conversations.
If you’re wondering what it’s about, EduRe /ˈejərei/ is a CRM module specifically made for the education sector that was developed by S1 and PNP in 2011.
It is made of pre-built and customisable applications that can manage both student and commercial engagement efforts of Universities, TAFEs, and other educational institutions.
It is Cloud based and cost effective. This system can be tailored and scaled to virtually any education institute scenario or size and provides customisable automation functionality.
7) ECLEVA Started as a Traditional IT Service Provider
Before merging with S1, PNP used to offer CRM solutions combined with traditional IT like hardware and delivery networks.
After discovering a gap in the market, the company transitioned more to Microsoft Dynamics 365 implementations so they could have business-focused discussions with their clients and make their services more proactive.
Learn more about ECLEVA’s working process on this page.
Currently, ECLEVA is acquiring more new clients in Australia and are planning to expand into markets like America, Europe, and South-East Asia. They love working with small to large businesses that share the same values and are passionate about innovative technology processes.
To see if ECLEVA is the right partner for your company, send a message today and start developing innovative business solutions together.
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