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Cloudstreet Consulting – Connecting the Territory

This article was first published by Territory Q Most of us have our head in the clouds when it comes to technology, but today good cloud-based IT is sound business, saving you time, money and effort.

This article was first published by Territory Q

Most of us have our head in the clouds when it comes to technology, but today good cloud-based IT is sound business, saving you time, money and effort.

Darwin-based Cloudstreet Consulting is creating Territory-hardened IT technology that not just operates effectively across the Territory’s remotest regions but is conquering the United States.

The company, established in 2011 to run the whole-of-government accounting and payroll systems, today prides itself on producing some of the most innovative dashboards and apps for the NT and the world.

“Remoteness isn’t a barrier for our programs or services,” says chief executive Peter O’Gorman.

“Over the years, we’ve adapted what the NT Government was using to establish solid cloud-based technology with offline abilities to suit the NT’s remotest communities and councils, connecting them anywhere, anytime to the rest of the world.”

In 2020, Cloudstreet introduced its Konect program into the East Arnhem Regional Council, along with a unique training video in English, Yolngu and Anindilyakwa.

It provides interactive asset condition monitoring and defect management of roads, street lighting, bin management, playgrounds and public infrastructure assets in real-time.

“The council has very little money for maintaining the region’s infrastructures and relies solely on grants,” says Peter. “So, we had an even greater challenge than the remoteness — a minimal budget.”

The council’s strategic project coordinator, Natasha Jackson, says: “Cloudstreet’s apps have captured more than 1200 kilometres of road network data.

“It has improved productivity and auditability, and assisted with grant funding, delivering massive cost savings, plus, increased knowledge of the seasonal effects on our roads, future maintenance and capital planning.”

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