App developer Reddo Media has announced it has been appointed to the Australian Government’s Mobile Panel.
The Mobile Panel will be established for an initial period of three years, with further options for Department of Finance to extend the panel.
Established by the Department of Finance for the whole-of-government, the new Mobile Panel will help meet the current and future mobile technology needs for more than 200 agencies.
The Mobile Panel’s scope of services will include the provision of devices and relevant services such as enterprise mobility management and wireless network solutions.
Reddo Media will be working directly with Australian Government agencies to encourage the adoption of mobile technology in communications and content delivery for internal, stakeholder and public purposes.
Shane Mitchell, CEO of Reddo Media, is pleased to announce the inclusion on the panel and said
“Reddo has been chosen to the help the Australian Public Service deliver on key aspects of their Mobile Roadmap. It’s a great initiative that will help ordinary Australians enjoy better access to information and improve dialogue with government, while at the same time boosting the productivity of the public service.”
Reddo Media already works with Australia’s leading Universities, Corporates and Publishers and welcomes the opportunity to work with Australian Government agencies in delivering digital publishing and strategic communications.
“Reddo will be looking to help government departments fully embrace the opportunities of mobile apps and digital content, and reduce costs, waste and the time it takes to get new initiatives up and running.” Mitchell said.
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