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iCognition selected for new DTA panel

Information Management and Governance (IMG) specialist, iCognition Pty Ltd, announced today they have been selected as a seller on the Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) Software Licensing and Services (SLS) Panel. This panel allows Government buyers to easily procure iCognition’s solutions to digitally transform their IMG processes, including RM Workflow and RM Workspace, as well as Micro Focus products such as Content Manager and ControlPoint.

“We are now a seller of COTS Software and/or associated services under Category 2 of Software Licensing and Services (SLS) Panel (DTA-ICT-066),” said Joe Mammoliti, CEO. “This follows on from our recent announcement of our selection on the new Department of Defence ICT Provider Arrangement (ICTPA) Panel (SON 3520191) for Systems Integration, Application Services and ICT Services. The combination of these panels means Government can now purchase both software and services easily from iCognition via these two panels.”

The Digital Transformation Agency recently publicly launch the SLS Panel – DTA News.  The launch included a hyperlink to AusTender identifying the currently appointed panellists. The panel is built to be flexible, so as technology evolves new software and services can be added through future refreshes of the panel. The panel is now understood to be one of the biggest across government along with the DTA’s Digital Marketplace (which iCognition is also a member of) and the Defence ICTPA.

“We look forward to working with DTA and using this new platform for government to buy our offering of COTS software and associated services,” said Mr Mammoliti.

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iCognition selected as Regtech Finalist

Information Management and Governance (IMG) specialist, iCognition Pty Ltd, has been selected as a finalist for the second annual #AccelerateR Pitch Event at the #ACCELERATERegTech2019 at Doltone House, Darling Island, Pyrmont in Sydney on 7 March 2019.

“#ACCELERATERegTech 2019 showcases technologies that support regulated industries”, said Joe Mammoilti, iCognition CEO. “It is the much anticipated 2nd annual RegTech Association eco-system event that brings together 300 regulators, regulated entities, RegTechs, government, technology firms, allied associations, and professional services to examine regulatory and compliance challenges, all under one roof at Sydney’s waterfront.”

“Importantly, we are very pleased to be recognised as a leader in RegTech innovation and impact by being one of only ten companies selected to compete in the #AccelerateR Pitch Event, where we will present our value proposition to potential customers and investors. We look forward to the challenge”, said Mr Mammoliti.

RegTech has a clear vision to be a global leader in facilitating the building of higher performing, ethical and compliant businesses through regulation technology innovation and investment. The RegTech Association was founded in 2017 as a non-profit organisation that focuses on what is needed to support the growth of the sector and to accelerate RegTech adoption.

“RegTech is now vital to many industries; in addition to existing corporate and government governance requirements, the advent of the recent Royal Commissions has made regulation and compliance critical to all kinds of organisations. With our strong background in information management and governance, including enterprise recordkeeping, we look forward to supporting and promulgating the RegTech Association’s mission to be a global centre for excellence in technology for regulated industries,” said Mr Mammoliti.

The RegTech association brings together government, regulators, regulated entities, professional services and founder-led RegTech companies to ensure collaboration between all of the parties, promoting the RegTech industry as widely as possible, resulting in action in the uptake of RegTech proof of concepts and deployed RegTech solutions across the eco-system. Catch the event 6-7 March on Sydney’s waterfront, Doltone House, Darling Island, Pyrmont, a 15 minute walk from the CBD.