The ACS opens its stunning new Innovation Hub

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The ACS opens its stunning new Innovation Hub

Superb facilities and services to help Aussie IT businesses

The Australian Computer Society and PC & Tech Authority go a long way back, with regular ACS editorial contributions to the magazine almost every month it’s been published.

Last week we attended the launch of the ACS’s new offices and came away understanding how much of a contribution this group makes to Australian IT companies, particularly in the critical start-up phase.

The new Innovation Hub offers a space for start-ups to have access to office space and facilities during their initial phase, which is very generous and we heard from Aussie company Zipline, which has fully leveraged all the support the ACS offers. In particular, the ACS came on-board as one of Zipline’s first customers, using its social media app itself to help the company gain experience it wouldn’t have ordinarily.

There are many services the ACS offers to Australian businesses, including the provision of data covering all aspects of Australian IT. The Innovation Hub itself is a marvel of modern office design and technology and is located in the prestigious heart of Barangaroo in Sydney.

The Hub was opened by federal Treasurer Scott Morrison. During the presentation ACS CEO Andrew Johnson explained that “we are focussed on supporting the development of new high-growth Australian tech products. The hub allows software products to be demonstrated to a broad audience, gaining important insights to reimagine the customer experience and iterate throughout the development process.”

“Ultimately, we believe Australia can be a world leader in technology talent, and this investment shows we are committed to playing our part in realising this vision,” said Johnson.

Visit www.acs.org.au for more information about how the ACS can help your business.

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