Sydney— 18th February 2019
At the conclusion of the first Indigenous Business Trade Fair at Parliament House, Canberra on Tuesday 14th February in which Nallawilli Technology proudly participated, the Founder of Nallawilli, Roderick McLeod announced a personnel reshuffle at the company.
Scott Allen has been appointed Managing Director and will run the day to day operations.
Robert Slattery has decided to leave the company and purse an exciting new venture in Canberra. Scott will assume the Sales Director role until a new hire can be appointed. Mr McLeod who is founder of the Nallawilli Group said “We would thank all our customers for their investment in Nallawilli Technology to allow us to provide greater outcomes and value for both our customers and communities.”
Nallawilli also announced the availability of a new Windows 10 based big screen group collaboration device based on modular “off the shelf” camera, speakers and microphones to address customer verticals that require 80+ inch inkable touchscreens and the ability to run Win32 engineering applications such as Bluebeam whilst maintaining management and administration control via MDM’s such as inTune and MobileIron.
The NallawilliHub is generally available now.
“Nallawilli literally translated means to sit down and listen to one another, so it seems particularly apt that the Nallawilli brand and group collaboration technology should come together for the launch of this fantastic solution” said new MD Scott Allen. “Although we can scale it down easily to smaller screen sizes for Huddle Rooms and Medium sized open spaces at a very competitive price point it works best when smaller dispersed teams of Engineers, for example need to meet in an open plan spaces with engineers collaboration from the field via 4G. The large screen makes it ideal for two or three engineers to work in room with remote participation on large CAD drawings for example” said Allen.
Founded in 2015, Nallawilli Technology, NallawilliHub is an Australian Indigenous leader in the Collaboration and Unified Communications business. The company offers a wide range of products and services designed to enable organisations to collaboration effectively to empower their customers to achieve more.
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