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Opmantek in the media 2020

By Jessica Hall

Welcome to Opmantek’s 2020 Newsroom, the place to find the latest information, press releases and conversation about what’s going on at Opmantek. For further information from our press contact and access to our media kit, get in touch with us here.

 

 

March 2020

$20 million of Opmantek software for COVID-19 essential services response

In the face of this unfolding crisis, we believe that it is more critical than ever to come together – with other businesses as well as public and civic organisations to help those most in need. Opmantek’s software relief package does just that – Read more.

 

Gold Coast Bulletin, 30th March 2020

COVID-19: Gold Coast-founded Opmantek offers software free-of-charge to organisations dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic

Written by Alister Thomson, Business Editor, Gold Coast Bulletin

Image Featuring: Opmantek Founding Chairman Danny Maher

The head of one of the Gold Coast’s leading software firms is calling on industry peers to pitch in and help, after announcing his company’s heartwarming offer – worth $20 million. READ FULL STORY HERE

See Page 3 printed edition.

 

Re-shared by The Advertiser, 30th March 2020

COVID-19: Gold Coast-founded Opmantek offers software free-of-charge to organisations dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic

Written by Alister Thomson, Business Editor, Gold Coast Bulletin

Image: Over 130,000 organisations around the world use Opmantek’s software.

Danny Maher is chairman of award-winning homegrown software company Opmantek, which has 130,000 organisations using its software worldwide including the US Army, Mexican telecommunications company Telmex and media giant Hearst Corporation. READ FULL STORY HERE

 

Re-shared by The Daily Telegraph, 30th March 2020

COVID-19: Gold Coast-founded Opmantek offers software free-of-charge to organisations dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic

Written by Alister Thomson, Business Editor, Gold Coast Bulletin

Image Featuring: Opmantek Founding Chairman Danny Maher

The head of one of the Gold Coast’s leading software firms is calling on industry peers to pitch in and help, after announcing his company’s heartwarming offer – worth $20 million. READ FULL STORY HERE

 

Re-shared by The Mercury, 30th March 2020

COVID-19: Gold Coast-founded Opmantek offers software free-of-charge to organisations dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic

Written by Alister Thomson, Business Editor, Gold Coast Bulletin

COVID-19 has caused a wide range of employers to reassess their workplace arrangements.

Image Featuring: Over 130,000 organisations around the world use Opmantek’s software.

Mr Maher said the software will be made free-of-charge to healthcare, government and essential service providers during the pandemic. His offer has already received the support of the Minister of Innovation for the Queensland Goverment Kate Jones. “Coronavirus is one of the biggest challenges we’ve ever faced. It’s vital that we have the support of the private sector in fighting this pandemic,” she said. “This announcement just goes to show how huge crises can bring out the best in local companies.” READ FULL STORY HERE

 

 

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