TasICT is the peak industry body for the Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) industries and the leading advocacy and policy group in Tasmania.
TasICT is a non-profit organisation supporting more than 95 members across the State by engaging with the industry, consumers and government as well as national and international partners. The industry body plays a pivotal role in assisting government to shape future ICT policy and ensures the collective voice of our growing member base is heard.
The goal of TasICT is to support the state’s ICT industry evolve around long-term strategic initiatives to encourage investment which transitions to skills, jobs and further investment across all sectors.
This is achieved through hosting more than a dozen business development and networking events for industry annually, managing a number of programs such as Generations and Its Your Career that educate those through 7-12 in STEAM as well as bridging the study to employment gap with TasTAFE student placements.
The annual TasICT Conference is a highlight for those looking to transition into the ICT industry and businesses seeking growth through a greater use of technology.
We are led by a committed group of Tasmanian ICT professionals and business leaders.
President – Martin Anderson, Ionata Digital
Vice President – Katy Cooper, Disruptive Co
Treasurer – Ian Warner, ISW
Secretary & Public Officer – David Mills, MyState Limited
Melissa Wagner, FortifyEdge
Tom Field, DXC Technology
Michael Patterson, Telstra
David Pretorius, Eaglecrest Technologies
Andrew Quill, AQ Advisory
Peter Groenewoud, University of Tasmania
Nigel Bailey, TasNetworks
John Allan, Consultant
Rob Vernon, TasmaNet
Charles Nolan, RXP Services
Georgi Brown, Red Apple IT
TasICT is led by a committed group of Tasmanian ICT professionals and business leaders. If you are interested in a Committee (or Sub-Committee) position and believe your experience and expertise can help drive the Tasmanian ICT industry forward, please get in touch. We would love to hear from you and discuss the process of applying for a position on the TasICT Committee.
Working closely with our Board, TasICT is also supported by seven subcommittees. Each of the following subcommittees is made up of a mix of Board members and the wider TasICT member organisations. If you feel you can add value to one of the following subcommittees and help TasICT push forward in Tasmania please get in touch and let us know how you can help: