On October 31st 2013, TIKS was nominated as a finalist for the 2013 Australia Mining Prospect Awards. These awards are aimed towards business who supply and operate across Australia and who have been recognised for achieving a valuable input to the mining industry on a national level.
Not only was the night a success with great entertainment and the chance to meet some fantastic people, it was also all about embracing business’ who have worked hard in providing new solutions and equipment to the mining industry in order to aid a safer environment and community.
The team behind TIKS and the companies who are using TIKS are all very proud of our achievements and are happy to see the solution gain recognition nationally.
TIKS is all about providing critical content to the people through intuitive mobile, kiosk and web applications to ensure a safer working environment. TIKS can also provide modules such as; Visitor Registration and Inductions, company Reports, Feedback and a communications channel for staff to stay up to date with company Videos or other valuable information.
We also understand that some business work differently and will therefore require a custom approach. With the foundation of TIKS, providing a custom application to better suit your business needs is simple.
Further to this announcement, TIKS will be releasing a variety of new modules and applications which will be used within sites across Australia to help reinforce the importance of safety, efficiency and productivity.
For more information on how TIKS can help your business, please contact the team on (02) 8084 3747 or via email at email@example.com
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