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Assess how your business can move its operations to the cloud, so your team can Live and Work Where They Love to be.
We are the #1 Oracle NetSuite Cloud Solutions Provider for the agribusiness sector nationally.
The lucky country hasn’t been so lucky lately – along with the rest of the world, and now more than ever, our rural and regional business sector is so important.
IBT Oracle NetSuite (Based in Wodonga, Victoria) is offering a free (valued at $5,000), solution agnostic assessment of your business’ readiness for remote operation, via virtual meeting. We’ll ask you questions and deliver a report diagnosing all areas of your business and corresponding IT requirements.
IBT’s Practice Director, Alan Barton, will join you to give you all the tools needed to bring your business up to the leading edge.
This documentation spells out the path you can take to bring your business into the cloud.
Take this to market when you’re ready to assess cloud solution providers and use it as a scoping/briefing document, saving you time and money!
Agfest 2020 is going ahead – but will be moved from the paddock to the cloud to enable exhibitors to generate much-needed trade and to stimulate Tasmania’s economy during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
The Rural Youth Organisation of Tasmania, organisers of the three-day field days that inject more than $20 million into the local economy each year, announced the heart-breaking decision to cancel Agfest 2020 in March while the community united to fight the coronavirus. Instead of dwelling on what could have been, this group of innovative young Tasmanians has been investigating all opportunities to run a virtual event to fuel economic activity.
In partnership with the Tasmanian Government and local design and project management companies, a ground-breaking online platform will be designed, developed and marketed to a global audience to enable up to 1000 companies to promote Agfest specials. And instead of three days, Agfest 2020 will run online for three weeks.
It is expected deals will be offered on a wide range of products – from tractors and towels, to sheds and swimming pools, to woollen socks and water tanks, to chemicals and caravans, to lawn mowers and lice control, to boats and banking products, to pumps, plants and potato peelers.
Rural Youth State President Jake Williams encouraged all members of the Agfest family to utilise the Agfest 2020 in the Cloud platform to promote their deals and online-shops, as well as all Tasmanians to jump online from 7 May to “shop their hearts out”!
“This is a great opportunity to buy local and support our businesses so that they can continue to employ our community members and be in the best possible position post COVID-19.”
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