Each year, the Australian Government spends $5 billion on information and communications technology products and services.
As an initiative under the National Innovation and Science Agenda, the Digital Marketplace was created to make competing for this money easier for small businesses.
In July, Myriad Technologies submitted a range of case studies and other information, which was assessed, to meet certain standards, eventually resulting in our listing as an official seller on the Digital Marketplace Panel.
While only digital professionals and government buyers can fully access the Marketplace (a registered email and password are required), the listing comes as a great accomplishment for Myriad Technologies.
Earlier in July, we published the North Queensland Bulk Ports case study, which was used in the creation of the Digital Marketplace profile.