Across two days, Wednesday 27th March 2019, in Darwin and Friday 29th March 2019 in Alice Springs, Easyweb Digital joined forces with Ruckus Networks and took park in the Tourism NT Tourism Towards 2030 Conference. Easyweb Digital Business Manager, Daniel Sacchero, Ruckus Networks Country Manager, Carl Jefferys, and Encapto Chief Executive Officer, Darryl Clarke, had a fantastic time traveling to the Northern Territory for the event. We are honoured to be associated with the conference and to have had the opportunity to promote our products and services.
Easyweb Digital systems operate all over the Northern Territory from the Tiwi Islands, Arnhem Land and Kakadu National Park to the Red Centre in Alice Springs and the Uluru Kata-Tjuta National Park. We create smart solutions that harness the latest audio visual and Internet of Things technologies to connect, inform, entertain and engage visitors and tourists.
Currently, tourists require and expect fast, reliable internet connectivity for all compatible technology devices and multimedia applications. A stable WiFi connection makes travel easier, and a hotel or tourist attraction more desirable. Thus, Easyweb Digital and Ruckus Networks play a significant role in indulging this 21st Century necessity. Using Ruckus Networks hardware, we assist the digital experience you provide; high performance for all guest and staff devices and access that’s a breeze for visitors and IT. During the event, we showcased a case study which explores our innovative connectivity solution at Uluru. Alongside, we provided the Ruckus Networks’ Hospitality Brochure.
To add an element of fun to our stand, we orchestrated a giveaway. The team gathered everyone at the Alice Springs event and Carl Jefferys, in a bride-with-bouquet manner, threw one of the famous Ruckus Networks’ soft-toy dogs into the crowd and whoever caught it, won.
Congratulations to our prize winner, Tony McFadzean, Chief Executive Officer of Border Village, Erldunda and Nullarbor Roadhouses. Tony McFadzean went home with an enterprise grade Ruckus Networks access point and a cloud license to the value of $600.