The team at Noosa Radiology needed their website to reflect their ultra-modern, cutting-edge practice that utilises the latest technology and their highly trained, experienced staff to provide exceptional service to their customers.
iFactory has won the IMA Best in Class Award for its Veracity website, entered in the Professional Services category. The Best in Class award is the highest honour received by any entrant in any category.
Veracity designs, builds and remotely supports cloud-based IT platforms for connected businesses and communities. The major benefit of cloud-based platforms is their scalability that allows companies of any size to adapt their IT platform to their business needs, quickly and cost-effectively when they need to, while maintaining the same level of 24/7 support, 356 days a year.
Clanwilliam Health provides the best quality care to residents requiring all levels of care within each aged care facility. This philosophy also extends to the family and friends of the residents placed within Clanwilliam Health facilities.
In response to Australia’s ageing population and in turn the increased need for aged care services, Clanwilliam Health plans to design, build and commission state-of-the-art, integrated health facilities for the future.
Drake Shop website earns Outstanding Achievement in eCommerce award
October 20, 2015
September certainly was a big month for iFactory, as we celebrated two big wins at this year’s Interactive Media Awards (IMA). On this occasion we were awarded the coveted Outstanding Achievement award in the eCommerce category for our work on the Drake Collectibles website.
iFactory Wins Outstanding Achievement for QRTNs Website
September 16, 2015
On Sunday, July 19, 2015, iFactory was awarded Outstanding Achievement for excellence in the design, development and implementation of the Queensland Regional Training Networks (QRTNs) website. (http://www.qrtn.com.au).
Queensland Regional Training Networks QRTNs are an initiative of Health Workforce Australia and incorporate Clinical Training Reform programs.