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Rapid Access Systems Wins Cloud Innovation Award

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“Rapid Global is very proud to once again solidify our position as a top tier software as a service producer in Australia.    Having our Rapid Access Systems product recognised as a winner in the Cloud Innovation category, in The Australian Business Awards for 2016, is a significant and important milestone for the business.  Winning this award squarely places our Rapid Access Systems product at the top of its field, demonstrating the strength of the solution as an effective sign in sign out system as well as its importance in the Australian business arena.

Rapid Global is a leader in workplace efficiency software and the development of Rapid Access Systems as a sign in sign out system, with touchscreen and contractor management features, was a natural progression in our product line.  Like many of our products, the solution was client driven and was first developed to meet the needs of our clients wishing to control access to site by workers and visitors.   The solution has gained excellent attention in the market and is the preferred site sign in solution for many Australian and New Zealand businesses such as AMP Capital, Goodman Fielder and Mirvac.

Being awarded the Australian Business Award 2016 for Cloud Innovation proves Rapid Access Systems is best in class and is testament to the outstanding achievements of our expert development and deployment teams.  We are proud to be recognised for the work we are doing in making businesses around Australia and the world safer places to work.  The Rapid Access Systems touchscreen, with cloud based software, sits at the front desk of many of Australia’s most recognisable businesses and is the first greeting their visitors and workers experience, and for our team, that is something we are very proud of.”

Tim Johnson, Managing Director, Rapid Global

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