Oreta Business Manager Finalist in Women in ICT Awards

Oreta Business Manager Finalist in Women in ICT Awards

Oreta’s very own Business Manager, Josie Germanos, has progressed to final judging for the 2021 ARN Women in ICT (WIICT) Awards and we could not be more proud of her! Josie is representing herself and Oreta in the ‘Rising Star’ category, and has already shown great success through progressing to finalist stage amongst over 340 competing nominations.

ARN states that this particular category “recognises a standout candidate rising up through the ranks within the ICT industry, acknowledging significant advancement during the early stages of her technology career. This individual is growing in stature and importance through demonstrating outstanding business acumen, deep market expertise and high levels of professional integrity. This award is open to candidates with eight years or less experience within the ICT industry.”

“This year WIICTA has generated a volume and calibre of nominees never been seen nor conceivable before,” said Cherry Yumul, vice president of Strategic Partnerships and Innovation at IDG. “This is an encouraging sign of a positive trend that gender diversity is high on the corporate agenda of more and more businesses in Australia. Not to tick a box or meet a quota but evidently to bring in alternative viewpoints for problem-solving and different leadership styles for competitive advantage, in turn delivering better returns.”

 

We are excited not only to see the result of Josie’s nomination, but also for the ongoing strides that women in IT are making.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oreta Finalist in 2021 CRN Impact Awards

Oreta Finalist in 2021 CRN Impact Awards

Oreta has been named as a finalist in the 2021 CRN Impact Awards in the ‘Modernising Infrastructure’ category.

This achievement is regarding Oreta’s infrastructure innovation for social services provider, Quantum Support Services. The CRN Impact Awards are designed to celebrate technology providers that deliver customer organisations with successful outcomes, building Australia’s innovation economy.

Oreta is proud that the work they did for Quantum Support Services in facilitating the achieving of technology goals is being recognized. This work consisted of a complete modernization of network infrastructure and business operations – utilizing Microsoft Azure, Micosoft365 and Telstra Calling for Office365. With the incredible services that Quantum Support Services provide to youth, homeless and vulnerable individuals throughout the Gippsland area, ensuring a reliable network infrastructure across all sites, locations and facilities was paramount.

As the final awards presentation on Friday October 22nd quickly approaches, Oreta will be waiting with eager anticipation to celebrate the winners.

 

Keep informed of the final results via CRN.