Founded in 2002, Ethan Group is an Australian-owned information technology and communications service provider that offers systems integration, technology sourcing, business systems architecture, telecommunications, and information communications technology (ICT) consulting services.
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Ethan Group Scores $3.9m Australian Tax Office (ATO) Deal
Posted on Mar 16, 2015
Ethan Group has been asked to supply 4,445 iPads under contracts totalling $3.9 million with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) since October last year.
The big Apple order includes a contract for the supply of 1,445 iPads announced last month - a contract worth $1.27 million.
Every ATO executive at level 1 and 2 will be offered either an iPad or iPhone for work purposes, an ATO spokesperson said.
The ATO spokesperson said staff had indicated that technology enhancements would be the most effective change the ATO could make to improve their effectiveness and support work-life balance. Staff will be given an option as to whether they get a device.
The ATO wanted to become a “contemporary and future-oriented organisation” as well as improving the staff experience, the spokesperson added. A key priority is more flexible working arrangements for executive leaders.
Since December last year the company has also joined the exclusive list of Australian Authorised Surface Resellers - a title it shares with only 14 other resellers.