Zoodata Inspect and Decisions will be meeting finance professionals at the LGPA Australia Finance Professionals Conference at Burswood on 14-15 March 2019.
We are very pleased to welcome Nikko Daplin, a finance and marketing student from Curtin University’s Business Faculty.
Zoodata is excited to announce Inspect will be used by the Medicines and Poisons Regulations Branch to conduct inspections of Pharmacies throughout Western Australia.
Zoodata is proud to announce we are now official resellers for Decisions - a powerful and complete BPM platform with inbuilt rule engine.
We have been pleased to donate surplus hardware to Manna, a Perth based NFP feeding the homeless.
Anyone wanting to donate spare, but still serviceable, IT equipment to this wonderful volunteer run organisation can contact Jenny or Sheena on 1300 626 624.
Following the successful completion of their internships with us, we are delighted developer Ben Palmer and business analyst, Sarah Joseph have decided to join our wonderful team.
Zoodata Inspect is being used by rangers inspecting thousands of firebreaks on properties in rural and regional shires.
Robyn Hukin met Curtin Business School's Information Systems and Information Technology students at their Poster Session yesterday.
WA is hosting the Environmental Health Australia’s national conference this week.
Our Business Analyst, Rahul Harish, will be working with our newest client, gasTrading.
Zoodata recently formed a partnership with Curtin University’s School of Science and Engineering to host budding developers.
Initially one of our star NIT interns, Rahul returns to our amazing Zoodata team as a Business Analyst.
Zoodata is once again proud to be part of the WA Rangers Association annual training conference.
Zoodata has partnered with Curtin University's Faculty of Business & Law and the Chamber of Commerce & Industry to help interns grow their skills in a real world work environment.
Zoodata boss Robyn Hukin sat in on NIT Mock Interviews last Saturday, meeting the latest cohort of IT graduates and invited IT industry professionals.
Kyaw Kyaw Htat is now officially a Doctor of Information Technology through Edith Cowan University, specialising in eHealth.