Welcome to the new financial year. Already, we’ve heard great feedback on our Integrated Safety and Security platform, Noggin 2.0, which we’ve been demonstrating to consultants, customers, service partners, and prospects. So we’re more confident than ever that our new software will fill a need in the market.
Don’t take our word for it, though. Our upcoming user conference in Sydney on 12 & 13 September will include presentations from a number of industry thought leaders as well as new product demonstrations. So, take a look at what the user conference has to offer partners.
In the state of play series, we’ll explore the latest industry risks and trends, as well as preview how the space is expected to change over the coming years.
Then, our very own CEO, James Boddam-Whetham, will be on hand to discuss what’s going on in incident management, leveraging his more than 10 years’ experience, including experience servicing clients like the Red Cross.
We’ve got an impressive raft of customers and partners joining us, too.
Security Resilience Specialist at AGL Energy, Tamara Martin, will explain how the utility uses Noggin to solve key business challenges.
Group Incident Manager at Woolworths, Darin Crofts, will give us an exclusive look at how the retailer successfully implemented the Noggin software platform.
Michael Kemp of LINX Cargo Care Group will demonstrate how Noggin helped his logistics company harmonise incident management across its diverse operating businesses (over 60 sites), and in the process save over 24 days a year in labour costs by automating performance reports.
Plus, a highlight out of the partner community: Rachelle Koster, Partner at Deloitte Risk Advisory in Australia, will discuss how emerging technologies and predictive analytics can enhance digitally enabled safety, security, crisis and incident management programs.
Other customer presentations to look out for:
- Jason Dodson, Manager Emergency Operations at Department of Health and Human Services, Victoria
- Cameron Spring, State Operations and Crisis Support Coordinator at Department of Justice, Office of Emergency Management, NSW
- Catherine Strods, Emergency Manager at University of Technology Sydney
- Nick Tomlin, Manager, Systems & Processes at Housing New Zealand
We’re certain that attending these talks will help partners like you enhance your own consulting capabilities, whether they’re in work health and safety, protective security, emergency management, or incident and crisis management.
What’s more, within the dedicated partner track for consultancies and service partners, you’ll learn more about the benefits of joining the partnership program. Together, we’ll walk through what an end-to-end engagement will look like, from gap analysis at the customer site to installation and training.
You’ll also learn how to unlock and monetise the partnership journey beyond the referral program when placing Noggin 2.0 with your customers. And, you’ll hear from existing partners how they’ve successfully combined their services with ours.
Did you know that as a partner you can easily configure the Noggin system for your clients by yourself without any coding? A series of product and tech-related presentations by the Noggin engineers cover the solutions with related integration capabilities. Additionally, our trainers will be there, running participants through several mini-boot camps, so that customers can get the most out of the solution sooner.
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