The Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA) has appointed We Discover as its innovation and digital product partner.
ISCA is a non-for-profit organisation which enables sustainability outcomes in infrastructure in Australia and New Zealand. They do this by assuring outcomes through the Infrastructure Sustainability rating scheme and by providing education and training services. ISCA also connects sustainable suppliers with projects and recognises the best practices in sustainability.
ISCA Chief Operations Officer Patrick Hastings said, “We are excited about partnering with We Discover as this project will ensure our operations and interfaces move into the digital world.”
“Not only will this improve efficiency for our members and ratings partners, but it will also increase accessibility to our ratings scheme for our existing partners and the broader infrastructure sector.”
This win comes after We Discover- a Product Experience Studio secured contracts with Isentia and Hireup, along with kicking off their pro-bono work with the Children’s Cancer Institute (CCIA).
We Discover will lead the digital transformation of ISCA’s existing rating scheme with the key objective of accelerating sustainability in the infrastructure and construction industries across Australia and New Zealand.
We Discover’s CEO, Scott Forrester, said in a statement: “We Discover continues to hit goals by winning work in areas which make positive changes to our environment and lives. It’s an incredible experience to see how much your company values and culture can influence your business development strategy. I am so proud of what we’ve accomplished as a team this year and I’m excited to continue sharing the story of how We Discover is making a difference.”
We Discover has worked across a range of industries including telecommunications, airline, property, financial institutions, government, startups, non-for-profit and more. We Discover’s client portfolio includes companies such as Qantas, Finder, Hireup, The Children’s Cancer Institute, ISCA, Vodafone, NSW Government, Business Australia, TafeNSW, Isentia, Hutly, Archistar, Seatfrog and CSIRO.
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