Join IBT @ AgQuip 2019

AgQuip is Australia’s largest agricultural field days, hosting over 100,000 visitors over 3 days. This year, IBT Oracle NetSuite will be there too.

Visit us at Site D26A to find out how Australian businesses are using business management software to become more efficient and free themselves up to make more money.

IBT Oracle NetSuite is spending more time than ever in regional areas, delivering the secret sauce of corporate IT expertise and best practices to grow regional SME businesses nationwide. Our software empowers you to live and work where you love to live because your business will be able to Stay Local, Act Global!

Rather than relying on a hodge-podge set of business platforms and experiencing the delays and frustrations that come with them – regional businesses can now harness the power of the world’s best business management platform.

Your sales, inventory, marketing, finance and even your manufacturing systems will be at your fingertips in one central place. Whether it’s from your computer or your phone, you’ll have all the real time information you need instantlywhether you’re in the field or in the office.

IBT Oracle NetSuite is offering great savings for any business owners who visit us at AgQuip. You can drop by or register for our giveaway below to get started on making your business digital ready. Our business management software will help you future proof yourself for anything that comes your way, rain, hail or dry.

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For the first time we’re exhibiting at AgQuip and it’ll be great to get to know some fellow exhibitors (& friendly faces) beforehand.

IBT is one of Sydney’s longest standing providers of business management software and now we’re spending more time than ever in the bush. Our mission is to share corporate learnings from Australia’s major cities at a scale that suits rural and regional businesses, thus levelling the playing field for you. Our ultimate goal is for these businesses to have a solid platform for growth so they can grow Regionally, Nationally or Globally.

Businesses running IBT Oracle NetSuite save time & money AND run their businesses smarter, all from a single platform.

To say thanks for having us we’re bringing along world-renowned caricaturist, Dani Vittz, to capture a digital portrait of  our fellow exhibitors. IBT has commissioned Dani to complete 100 complementary portraits over the 3 days, so bookings are essential.




Sometimes it’s easy to forget just how vital farming is to Australia. Both economically and culturally.

According to the National Farmers Federation, the agricultural sector, at farm-gate, contributes 3% to Australia’s total gross domestic product (GDP). The gross value of which was a staggering $60B in 2016-17.

As of 2016-17 there was 304,200 people directly employed in Australian agriculture with the complete supply chain providing over 1.6M jobs to the Australian economy.

This is reflected in the fact that once again Australia’s premier field days AgQuip has a “full house.” Every exhibit site has been filled and every inch of space allocated.

Organisers are delighted with this because it signals continued faith in a rural sector despite the current drought conditions.

“This is a positive sign,” said Ms Kate Nugent, Group Manager, Australian Community Media’s Rural Events division. “Companies that haven’t been with us for a while have returned, existing companies have expanded their display areas and the demand from new exhibitors has been significant.”

Farming affects all of us in Australia, whether it be directly or indirectly – and a visit to AgQuip perfectly illustrates the importance of farming as a part of our nation’s culture and heritage.

Entrance gates to AgQuip are open from 9am to 5pm on Tuesday August 20 and Wednesday August 21 and on Thursday August 22 from 9am to 4pm.