CVGT Australia opened its doors in Bendigo, Victoria, in 1983 with a purpose of connecting more people with meaningful work. Constant growth has seen this not-for-profit employment services provider expand to 128 locations across three states, working tirelessly in the communities to help people thrive and succeed.
Over the last 40 years, Barossa Enterprises has grown to become the largest employer of people with disability in regional South Australia, supporting over 100 people in the Barossa and Clare Valleys. They also provide community support through Barossa Community Options where they help people build their independence, become more active in the community and widen their social circles.
Launch Housing is part of the vanguard of Australia’s response to ending homelessness, and working to affect genuine, positive change in the lives of thousands of vulnerable people every day. With such responsibility comes numerous challenges. Overhauling Launch’s existing intranet and transforming it into a fit-for-purpose and engaging tool for the organisation was a project that would help draw their people together.
Sureway Employment and Training has been helping people in regional, rural and remote areas of Australia to improve their employment prospects since 1991. As an employment services provider delivering services on behalf of the Federal Government, accountability and transparency are key drivers behind fulfilling Sureway’s purpose of changing lives and building stronger communities.
Hostplus is the industry superannuation fund for those working in hospitality, tourism, recreation and sports. Established back in 1987, the fund now has over $50billion under management and more than one million members, making it one of the largest superannuation funds in Australia.
The Melbourne Olympic Parks Trust (MOPT) is a statutory authority in charge of managing the Melbourne and Olympic Parks Precinct in Melbourne. The precinct is around 40 hectares, and includes Rod Laver Arena, Hisense Arena, Olympic Park Stadium and Melbourne Park Function Centre. As well as hosting an extensive range of events such as the Australian Open Tennis Grand Slam, national and international rugby, football, rugby league, netball, basketball, as well as high profile music concerts and family shows, Melbourne & Olympic Parks is the administrative and training home to various sporting organisations and professional clubs.
Better Place Australia – formerly FMC Mediation and Counselling – provides counselling services in more than a dozen locations across Victoria, from large centres to small outreach sites.
The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) is the national regulator for Australia’s vocational education and training sector. ASQA regulates courses and training providers to ensure nationally approved quality standards are met.
PACE Development Group is an award-winning medium-sized property developer that builds and delivers residential apartment blocks around the inner suburbs of Melbourne.
Belgravia Leisure connects communities with leisure, managing aquatic and fitness clubs, sports stadiums, golf courses, day spas and retreats and alpine resorts as well as events and hospitality centres. A large workforce, including many casuals, spread across more than 200 sites nationally can make silos unavoidable. Belgravia Leisure’s senior management team recognised the inadequacy of the existing intranet that was static and difficult to use.
Australian Paper is a local manufacturer of sustainable manufactured pulp, paper and packaging products. With 70%of their workforce based in regional communities, they contribute substantially, both directly and indirectly to these local economies as well as in urban locations of operations. Contributing over $754 million in value-add to the Australian economy, including 5,928 full time equivalent jobs supported directly or indirectly as a result of their operations.
Mondelēz is a multinational confectionery, food and beverage conglomerate with revenue of $35 billion and operations in more than 80 countries. Mondelēz selected Sope for the development and implementation of a capital expenditure project system for new product development and improvements to existing production. The solution was required to allow for projects to be approved and then run through a portal. The current system was incredibly lengthy – up to six weeks just to get a project approved. Plus, it was a largely paper-based system, which lead to inefficiencies and difficulties in keeping track of progress. It was essential to be able to get projects through the system quickly, in order to guarantee the next budget.