Our purpose is to build beneficial business partnerships through delivering integrated software solutions and associated services that result in improved organisational performance and cost savings. What makes us different is the way we do it - we put as much importance on building partnerships as we do on building solutions.
Building partnerships is ultimately what we are about and what we do better than anyone else.
On Sunday February 9th, the Sandringham Royals BC celebrated the life of one of their friends, coaches and teammates. Amanda’s Charity Day celebrated the legacy of Amanda Huckstadt, who sadly passed away from breast cancer two years ago. The sea of pink caps, shirts and sweatbands showed the support of both the team and the community in raising awareness and funds for the Breast Cancer Network of Australia in memory of Amanda.
As a sponsor, Connexxion is proud to be associated with a club that has such a community spirit and one that contributes so much to the development of juniors in the Victorian Baseball League. Both Charmaine Daniel (CFO) and Graeme Harrison-Brown (CEO) attended Amanda’s Charity Day and were moved by the spirit of the club and the way in which its players and members embraced the day.
Also, a big thank you to Sandringham for giving Charmaine the honour of first pitch in the Division 1 game.
Software is part of all businesses today but do you know how much you are spending on software and if you are buying the software you need? In addition it is just as important to know that you are using the software you already have to the full value. If you are not managing your software correctly you could have unnecessary working capital tied up in licences and idle software. Improving Software Asset Management processes can typically save companies ~30% of their software expenditure in the first year and ~15% annually after that. Is this a saving you would like to find?
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Economic, political, and social activity, or business, government, and society have been recognised as three distinct areas that are intrinsically linked and have evolved over time. This evolution has seen the role of business in society increase in priority in the eyes of organisational leaders as they seek to create long term sustainability. Even though it is the primary purpose of business to make a profit, it is the concept of sustainable business that requires them to look past their bottom-line profits and consider their environmental and social impacts as well.
Creating Shared Value is looking beyond short term financial performance and focussing on long term success that is achieved through bringing business and society together is known as Creating Shared Value.
Shared Value is achieved when business success is connected with community success in order to achieve a value that is greater than profit alone. It is through the connection of success with improvements to society as a whole that companies begin to innovate, gain efficiencies, create differentiation, and expand into new markets. Once this occurs business growth tends to follow.
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