Cloud and managed services provider, Brennan IT, has launched the Innovation Lab, a competition challenging mid-market businesses to Get Modern in their thinking for the chance to win a $30,000 tech fund to roll-out the most innovative business technology solution put on the table.
Brennan IT managing director, Dave Stevens, said the competition is about encouraging mid-market organisations to think-ahead about their IT needs and the role that technology can play in achieving the business' future goals.
"In partnership with Microsoft and HP, we are thrilled to launch this first of a kind initiative for Brennan IT. We're hoping Get Modern will challenge the mid-market to get creative about how their organisation could be transformed through technology.
"We work closely with all types of mid-market organisations across Australia and one common trait we're seeing is that IT teams are focused on current IT requirements, rather than looking to the future and thinking more broadly. We believe this fund will drive creative and forward thinking responses that will give us an insight into how our customers see the future of business," he said.
"We are really excited to see what types of entries we receive. This is a great opportunity for Brennan IT to delve deeper into the challenges that mid-market organisations are facing and ensure we as a service provider remain on the front foot in meeting the changing needs of Australian businesses."
To be in the running for the $30,000 technology fund entrants must complete the Get Modern entry form and explain how they would use the fund to modernise their business.
To be eligible for the technology fund, entrants must fulfill and agree to the entry requirements as follows:
- Must be an Australian registered business
- Business must be located Australia
- Must be an organisation with a seat size greater than 50
- Must complete the online entry form before June 30, 2015
The Get Modern campaign runs until June 30 and, eligible businesses can complete their entry form at theinnovationlab.com.au.
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