Top consulting firms in Australia, including Infinity Consulting Solutions, are not a new phenomenon.
The company was founded in 2008 by former US security consultant Paul DeBartolo, who has worked for a number of companies including Microsoft, Google and Salesforce.
Infinity’s top-line revenue for the year to March 31, 2019, was $1.1 billion, which equates to a revenue of $1,100 per employee.
Its average consulting firm salary was $110,000 per year, according to data from PricewaterhouseCoopers.
The top paid employee was James Smith, the former US Navy SEAL, who is currently the CEO of the Australian-based consultancy company.
Smith said he wanted to be a part of the team and wanted to make the most of the opportunities available to him.
“I just wanted to get involved with the team as much as possible, I wanted to help with the business and also be a role model,” Smith said.
“And I wanted the opportunity to help out with the client relationships.”
Smith has worked as a consultant to many major Australian corporations, including Amazon, Adobe, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, the US Department of Defence and the Federal Government.
But Smith’s greatest success was when he founded his own consulting firm.
“The most successful clients I’ve had were the major US defence contractors, who have been very loyal to me,” Smith explained.
“So, they really appreciated that I was bringing in the expertise, I was the person who could bring in the products, the expertise and also help out when they had any issues with the product.”
The company’s most popular product, which is now the standard in the industry, is the “RoboCad” drone, which can be controlled by a smartphone.
The robot can be programmed to carry out tasks like picking flowers for flowers and shopping for flowers in the gardens.
The product was sold by the Australian Defence Force in the early 2000s, and now has more than 5 million sales.
“We had some very successful customers, including the US, the UK, Germany, Australia, Singapore and many others,” Smith told TechCrunch.
“There are a lot of other companies out there who want to bring in this technology, so we’re really looking forward to it and to being part of that future.”
One of Smith’s most notable clients is the US Defence Department, which uses the product to conduct field tests of its new Joint Tactical Air and Land Attack Platforms (JTAPs) and other unmanned combat vehicles.
Smith is hoping that the technology will help the US to overcome some of the challenges it has faced in developing its own military.
“This is an emerging technology,” Smith pointed out.
“A lot of these things have to be looked at because of the military context that they’re in, the threat of ISIS or al-Qaeda in particular, and a lot more.”
Smith’s focus is on bringing this technology to other countries.
“When you’re looking at other countries and trying to work with them to get the technology to work, they’re the ones that are really going to take the lead on it,” he said.
In addition to selling his products to the US military, Smith also serves as a top consultant to Australian government agencies.
His consultancy firm, the Strategic Intelligence Consulting Group (SICG), is the largest of its kind in Australia.
The SICG’s main clients include the Australian Federal Government, the Department of Defense and the Australian Taxation Office.
It also deals with the Australian Government’s new online payments service.
Smith was also recently named by Australia’s Department of Justice to be an expert witness in the Federal Court’s appeal of a Federal Court decision that awarded $1 billion in damages to Infinity for alleged patent infringement.
The decision has led to a major public relations crisis for the company.
In March 2018, the Federal Parliament voted to overturn the decision.
Infusion Media’s founder and CEO, David Cawley, told Tech Crunch that he was not surprised by the court decision.
“It is a very difficult time for the industry and I’m really disappointed that the Federal Attorney-General, in the interests of the country, has overturned this decision and that it has taken so long for a court to get it overturned,” he told Tech Hub.
“But there’s been a lot done by Infusion since it was founded back in 2008, so I’m pleased with the fact that this decision has been overturned and that the federal government will now work to protect the industry as much and as quickly as possible.”
Cawly said that his firm had not received any requests from government agencies to pay a large sum of money to Infusion for their work.
He said that they had received “only a few” inquiries from the federal or state government.
“At the end of the day, the companies have been doing very good work, and I think it’s the best way