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August 3, 2012

Sundale ICT – Jai Dametto – Helping the next generation

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Sundale’s mission statement is 

We exist

To Care

To Grow

To Support 

Our Community

This week our extremely talented Jai Dametto, visited the local TAFE to give staff an overview of the industry. These engagements aptly named are called Industry Expert Engagements and it allows the staff to ensure that the materials that they are teaching their students within the industry. Jai utilised his knowledge from working with Sundale ICT and the other large organisations he has worked for to provide the students with key insights into the current desires and demands within the IT Industry. Jai explained the current infrastructure demands of an Aged Care organisation such as Sundale and the future direction the Sundale ICT will be taking systems, technology and assistive technology for Aged Care.

The TAFE staff made comment that the engagement was a huge success, stating the knowledge and insights of the Sundale ICT team member covered multiple levels from both business/industry and technical perspectives. Such was the success they have already requested to book Jai again for next year and to give an updated presentation on Sundale’s migration to cloud computing and updates on Sundale’s virtualisation. The TAFE also requested Jai’s assistance with the current materials and assessment to ensure that the students produced works would meet those expected within the industry. Once again I’m proud and are grateful for the skill level of the members of the Sundale ICT team.

“Jai demonstrated an in-depth knowledge and practical experience of the ICT industry direction and I found this very helpful in gauging our own emphasis in the courses we run at SCIT. Thanks Jai.” – Albert Lebbink, Leading Vocational Teacher in ICT

Truly and exceptional bunch!

View Jai Dametto’s LinkedIn Profile here http://au.linkedin.com/in/jaidametto

April 20, 2012

Sundale ICT wins National Award

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I’m proud to say that the Sundale ICT team was a National winner in the Australian Aged Care IT awards. The innovation, hard work and dedication of the team (Gavin Tomlins, Lance Knight, Jai Dametto, Lei Croft, Lani Maxfield, Verne Riley, Shaun Nichol, Jessica Franssen and Jesse Fletcher) resulted in us winning the Best Implementation of the Year 150 to 650 places.

The Sundale ICT team was Finalists in 3 categories, this was more than any other organisation in Australia. The finalist entries included details on our work on BCP/DR – Tsunami through a straw (the same that is being used as Riverbed as a case study), our eLearning framework and development with Moodle, and our deployment and organisational use of the Atlassian frameworks of JIRA, Crowd and Confluence.

I’m quite proud of the diverse and high skill level of our team, considering where we are located and the national and international recognition we have received in our innovative and working какой кондиционер лучше в витебске solutions

December 14, 2011

Sundale ICT Team = Awesome People – Meet Lei Croft

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Did I mention that I only hire awesome talent to be part of my team? Meet Lei Croft, Iron Fist, Queen worker bee, typing extraordinairre,  and JIRA and Sundale ICT systems advocate ! Lei’s work skill set is diverse and she had particularly heavy involvement in the Atlassian JIRA and Confluence system deployments that we have received both national and international recognition for. As mentioned, she is also a bit of an extreme/l33t typist, clocking in at #1 in the world with a jaw dropping 237 WPM. If you don’t know, that’s ridiculously fast. For the record I type around 140 WPM with around 95% accuracy and that’s considered кондиционер напольный в витебской области fast Most people are around 40 WPM. How many words a minute can you type ? Typing test here http://speedtest.10fastfingers.com/

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