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We help manage our customers fleet of devices from laptops to tablets and accessories, so they can take control, reduce costs and create a happier workforce.
We are focused on delivering results across our business and are accountable for the promises we make.
We always tell the truth. We constantly strive to do the right thing all the time, no matter who’s watching. We take being the end user compute and collaboration specialist for our customers seriously.
We work collaboratively with our customers and internal teams to drive great outcomes for their business.
We support and respect each other and look for ways to engage with the wider community. We pursue equality and opportunity for all and ensure everyone’s voice can be heard.
We look for new ways to bring value to our customers and are empowered to think outside the norm and create easier ways to do things.
We care about the people behind the devices and look for ways to get active in our community and support our colleagues and friends.
We believe volunteering to support causes we are passionate about will get us closer to our community, connect us to people and ideas that will positively impact our perspective and enrich the lives of those around us. It’s also a great way to give back to those who have helped support our business.
Our people really enjoy the intangible benefit of giving—we get a unique sense of purpose, a feeling of connectedness and the satisfaction of trying to make the world a better place.
To celebrate #IWD2022, our team decided to support Fitted for Work. @fittedforwork is an Australian, not for profit organisation that assists disadvantaged women.
In June, our CEO Ruy joined other leaders in business, community and government to sleep without shelter on one of the longest nights of the year to help change the lives of Australians experiencing homelessness.
We chose to sponsor a woman to get a job, which will support one woman on her entire journey through Fitted for Work. By donating, we have joined a movement helping to improve women’s lives and breaking the cycle of disadvantage. Because when women are fitted for work, they are fitted for life. By supporting this organisation we are demonstrating our values of Community and Care.
We are real, we have fun and we are really good at what we do.
Neil Belford is a technical executive with decades of experience in technology, software, digital innovation, and complex-systems design. With an academic background in Embedded Systems Engineering, with a Masters in Cognitive Science centred on Machine Intelligence Research, Neil has overseen the design and delivery of complex integrated systems across energy and water, telco, transportation infrastructure, and healthcare.
Ben has over 30 years of business and technology experience gained in a wide variety of engineering, consulting, and senior management roles. With significant operational and management experience and a unique talent for identifying future strategic opportunities and risks, Ben’s primary passion is building customer-focused businesses with an engaged staff, strong balance sheets, and privileged assets.
19/04/60 – 12/11/22
In November 2022, the ThingsAt team lost a colleague, leader and friend. Mark Franklin, Chairman of our Board, died following a battle with cancer. The ThingsAt team will not forget Mark, a highly regarded leader who made an outstanding contribution in all his endeavours. Our thoughts and support remain with his family and loved ones. We have named our Board Room in honour of him, as a gesture of our respect.