Judged by Association

Our Mothers always taught us that no matter how good we might be, we will be judged by the company we keep.

That's why we are members of organisations which align with our values and ethics.

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Australian Computer Society

The national professional association for the IT sector

Professional IT Solutions Founder, Benjamin Smith, has been a member of the ACS since 2007 and graded as a Certified Professional;​ an internationally recognised accreditation

 

Benjamin is the Chair of the NT Branch of the Australian Computer Society. The Australian Computer Society is governed by a national Management Committee. This committee is assisted by a National Congress, eight State and Territory Branch Executive Committees, and three expert advisory boards - the Member Advisory Board (MAB), the Profession Advisory Board (PAB), and the Technical Advisory Board (TAB). 

 

In addition to holding the position of Branch Chair, Benjamin represents the NT on the MAB, National Fellows Committee, Treasury Reference Group as well as ACS Congress.

 

Having attended many different awards nights throughout the country, Benjamin identified that the NT was significantly underrepresented (if represented at all) in spite of there being creative solutions built in the jurisdiction which, in his opinion, outshone those achievements attained elsewhere. This ultimately led to the development of a consortium of industry bodies and government to create the NT Digital Excellence Awards in 2017, which has resulted in an increase of one to zero nominations on the national stage to 20 in 2018.

Territory Proud

Promoting Territory business 

Territory Proud is an independent community support organisation dedicated to promoting NT businesses as a first choice for consumers

Territory Proud celebrate the achievements of businesses that operate in the Northern Territory, employ Territorians and utilise local goods and services.

At Territory Proud, they understand that future success of the Territory depends on developing the talents of our young people today. That's why they are committed to supporting young Territorians to achieve their goals in sport, music or the arts through the sponsorship of local good causes. Judged by association; Professional IT is Territory Proud.

Australian Institute of Office Professionals

The national association for professionals

The Australian Institute of Office Professionals AIOP, is a non-for-profit organisation empowering  a broad range of roles in all aspects of a business such as Managers, Team Leaders, Project Officers, Executive/Personal Assistants, Administrative Support Officers etc.

AIOP is affiliated with similar professional associations for office professionals in the USA, UK, Asia, South Africa and New Zealand.

As an institute AIOP are committed to members to deliver on the following focus areas:

  • Professional Development Opportunities for members

  • Networking Opportunities

  • Access to an online network of like-minded professionals 

  • Enhancement of the profession and the ability to use post nominals

Benjamin was accepted to the AIOP in 2019 and looks forward to long-term involvement with the organisation.