Approved Supplier to NSW Government

  Datasonics has been granted approval as a supplier to NSW Government of unique ICT products and services under contract 2351 in the area of music e-learning software.

This contract is for three years from 1 March 2005 to 28 February 2008.

 

Australian Technology Showcase

  If you are looking for top ranking innovative technology developed in Australia, the Australian Technology Showcase (ATS) is the ideal place to start. The ATS technologies listed on the ATS website cover a wide range of industry and business applications.

Datasonics was granted membership to this exclusive club of ATS companies at the time of the 2000 Olympics because of its innovative products servicing the music technology sector worldwide.

Datasonics is now an Alumni member of ATS because of its long-standing membership since that time.

 

BETT Education Technology Show, London, UK - January 2004 and 2005

  In 2003, the Australian Government ran a competition to select eight Australian e-learning companies to participate on the Australia booth at the BETT Education Technology Fair in London (7-10 January 2004). This exhibition attracts around 25,000 visitors including teachers, school ICT coordinators, consultants, local authorities and other representatives servicing the school technology market in the UK.

Datasonics was one of the eight selected companies, and so attended the BETT Education Show on these dates.

In 2004, the Australian Government ran a similar competition, and Datasonics was again chosen to participate on the Australian stand at the BETT Education Technology Fair in London (12-15 January 2005).

To find out more about the BETT Education Technology Show click on this link.

 

E-Learning Newspaper Articles

  During the month of September, 2003 a series of articles on e-learning written by Eric Wilson appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald and the Melbourne Age.

Shown below is the article on e-learning in music that appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald (SMH) on Tuesday, 23 September.

The article devotes a good deal of attention to Datasonics and its e-learning product (although wrongly referred to as Music Master rather than Mastering Music). We here at Datasonics are pleased with the exposure that this article has given our company and its flagship product and that highlights that Datasonics is at the forefront of e-learning, both here in Australia and overseas.

The article does make a number of interesting points which include:
  • Mastering Music has entered the market at the right time.
  • The benefits of e-learning in schools that have adopted this world-leading software.
  • The attractive price of Mastering Music.