On 14th June 2019, RM Results announced its acquisition of SoNET Systems. RM Results is part of RM plc, the UK-based company with a 45 year heritage of providing technology to the education sector. Together, we aim to improve the life chances of people worldwide by delivering secure, reliable and user-friendly software solutions to educational … Continue reading “SoNET Systems is now part of RM Results”
SoNET System takes pride in supplying our renowned SaaS platform iCase to Victoria Police for managing data records for their road policing drug and alcohol section and integrating it with their current systems. Please find the public announcement below: SoNET Systems Announcement As a result of the tender process for replacing Victoria Police’s Alcohol and … Continue reading “SoNET System takes pride in supplying our renowned SaaS platform iCase to Victoria Police”
Securing a key service provider will help New Zealand Qualifications Authority deliver about a third of NCEA examinations online in 2019. NZQA has finalised contracts with SoNET Systems Pty Limited to develop, deliver and support the NCEA Online digital assessment service that is being introduced progressively over the next few years. NZQA Deputy Chief Executive … Continue reading “NZQA and SoNET working to deliver digital NCEA examinations”
SoNET System takes pride in supplying our internationally renowned Assessment Master SaaS platform to Swedish National Agency for Education for conducting large scale national tests and assessments for the compulsory school and for the upper secondary school level. Please click here for the full public announcement.
SoNET Systems is excited to conduct and deliver online final year exams in partnership with SACE Board. This is the first time in Australia that year 12 students in South Australia and selected schools in the Northern Territory could take their final year exams online. http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2018-09-11/sa-trials-first-year-12-electronic-exams/10230748?pfmredir=sm Click the button below to follow us on LinkedIn.
NSW has become the first state to fully roll out the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in July 2018. According to the government, more than 85,000 people with disability in NSW are using the NDIS. At the same period, the final stage of the NDIS roll-out in the Northern Territory has commenced, while Western Australia … Continue reading “NDIS software helps providers to defeat the challenge – iCase, a configurable cloud-based NDIS IT solution”
Positive changes to DES program to take effect as of July 1, 2018 As of the 1st of July, changes to the Disability Employment Services (DES) program will take effect; this marks the beginning of a long-awaited reform, first proposed in the 2017 Federal Budget. It is anticipated that the Australian Government will invest over $3 … Continue reading “Positive changes to DES program to take effect as of July 1, 2018”
In May this year, NAPLAN was transitioned from its current paper-based test to computer-based testing, with results so far suggesting it has been a positive move. Whilst there have been a few minor technical glitches associated with the first trials, such as power failure, browser issues and failed internet connections, students, by and large, appear … Continue reading “Roll out of online NAPLAN testing proving to be a success”
The Community Services Sector in Australia is a wide-spanning industry, which covers a range of welfare services, including disability care, residential aged care, home care, child care, and family support. This is achieved through face to face, or telephone interaction, either through advocacy, counselling, and community development, or through direct service delivery, undertaking tasks such … Continue reading “How To Create Better Working Conditions For Community Service Workers That Improves Outcomes for Vulnerable People”
The non-for-profit industry, in particular the Community and Disability Services sector, is currently facing major challenges including: pressure to operate under tight conditions, increasing competition, changes in consumer choice, and an increased demand for services, especially with the rollout of the NDIS. This is further compounded by the fact that the policy environment is in … Continue reading “Why Digital Technology is necessary for the Community Services and Disability sector to progress forward over the next 5 years”