ReadyTech (ASX: RDY) has announced the appointment of a new leader of its education technology business, to spearhead further growth and innovation across Australia’s tertiary education technology sector.
Join the founder of leading digital credentials platform Credly, Jonathan Finkelstein, and Brenda Perea, a pioneer of digital credentials in US vocational education, for a pragmatic look at the imminent challenges and potential facing VET.
Victorian TAFEs Bendigo TAFE and Kangan Institute, which are trading brands of Bendigo Kangan Institute, have named ReadyTech Student Management System, JR Plus, as the chosen technology platform to evolve student experience for a brand new decade.
ReadyTech launches digital credentials technology for Australian providers of education and training.
ReadyTech (ASX:RDY), a leading provider of people management software for educators and employers, has moved to support the shift of Australia’s education and training market toward a more digital future with a new partnership that will enable the rollout of digital credentials.
ASX-listed ReadyTech expands payroll and workforce management offering through the acquisition of Zambion and WageLink.
ReadyTech has acquired two businesses that will extend its payroll and workforce management software capabilities, including advanced time and attendance and rostering capability.
ReadyTech (ASX:RDY), a leading provider of people management software for education and employment, is pleased to announce a partnership with fast-growing employee engagement platform Flare HR that will augment its value proposition for Australian employers.
The future of work was meant to involve the Uberisation of everything, but in-built limitations may find the ‘sugary drink’ world of the gig economy confined to niches of the employment market.
When considered in the context of employment and the future of work, leadership in education has never been more important. Technology is rapidly changing the workplace and the jobs required in the future and there is an imperative to adapt our education systems to meet these new challenges.
Innovation is a term we hear a lot in today’s tech-driven world. While there’s no doubt people know it’s an important part of remaining competitive – both now and into the future – understanding what innovation actually means and how to apply it within your own business context can be difficult.
The National Employment Services Association (NESA) has named ReadyTech business Esher House’s collaboration with WISE Employment as a 2019 Innovation in Disability Employment Award finalist.
ReadyTech has been selected to assist the Federal Government and PwC with a $3 million jobseeker trial in South Western Sydney that aims to help 250 older jobseekers find and sustain employment.