What we stand for
Technology for social justice
We have a vision of technology being used to its full potential to improve the lives of people experiencing disadvantage, and to deliver greater impact for the organisations that support them.
We strengthen communities using technology to create positive social change.
Commitment – We strive to exceed the expectations of our users, customers and partners to better support outcomes for people in need.
Inclusion – We respect, value and encourage the contributions, passion and creativity of others and create opportunities for everyone to thrive.
Innovation – We adapt and evolve to solve new challenges and improve the way we deliver our impact.
Collaboration – We achieve more together.
Accountability – We take ownership of our work and actions, so we can learn from our mistakes and get it right.
Our social objectives
Digital empowerment – Support people experiencing disadvantage to improve their lives through the use of technology.
Sector capability – Build the capability of the for-purpose sector to have greater impact in their communities through the use of technology.
Collaborative impact – Leverage our products, data and expertise iin cross-sector collaborations to improve outcomes for people experiencing disadvantage.
We’ve always been incredibly proud of our work to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities through the smart and creative use of technology – more details on which you will find included in our 2020-2021 Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).
This RAP represents an important new step for us in expanding and strengthening those existing relationships and allows us to explore new ways of acknowledging and honouring the contributions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. As we are just beginning our reconciliation journey, we have chosen a “Reflect” RAP which sets out the steps we plan take to prepare our organisation for reconciliation initiatives in future RAPs.
We are committed to delivering our vision for reconciliation, and we look forward to reporting on our progress at the end of this RAP.
The original artwork in this RAP (seen at the top of this page) was commissioned by the Infoxchange Group and designed by Marcus Lee, a proud Aboriginal descendant of the Karajarri people of Western Australia.
We are proud to officially be a 100 percent carbon neutral organisation. We've achieved this through various initiatives such as switching to power-saving LEDs, reducing the waste we send to landfill, using only carbon-offset power and the purchasing of carbon credits from Carbon Social.