We’re wrapping up a fantastic year here at Soprano with the receipt of the prestigious Export Award for both New South Wales and all of Australia for information and communications technology.
Now in its 53rd year, the Australian Export Awards recognise Australian companies engaged in international business that have achieved sustainable growth through innovation and commitment.
The Australian Trade Commission Singapore said in its feature on Soprano’s win that “Judges at the Australian Exporter Awards attributed Soprano’s win to its ongoing commitment to engineering and innovation, and to a mature and confident approach to marketing in the midst of a highly competitive landscape.”
Today, Soprano’s foreign partners include AT&T, Vodafone, EE, and Starhub. More than 70 per cent of Soprano revenues now come from export sales, and 65 per cent of its employees are located in 20 overseas offices in Asia, Europe, and North and South America.
Many industries are turning to Soprano for its award-winning secure messaging technology, Soprano GAMMA, which is increasingly being sought after as a tool to help business be more effective, specifically with the proliferation of bring-your-own-device, or BYOD, mobile devices in the workplace.
The Export Award rounds out a bumper crop of accolades and recognitions for Soprano this year. In no particular order, we’ve:
- Been recognized as one of the Deloitte Australia Technology Fast 50 and Asia-Pacific Technology Fast 500 for the second consecutive year
- Been featured in an interview with Peter Switzer and on SkyBusiness TV
- Earned the CCIQ QAssure certification for secure messaging in Queensland
- Talked about the security risks of BYOD in Computerworld
- Released our award-winning secure mobile enterprise messaging system in Australia
- Discussed mobile messaging with the King of Spain at Mobile World Congress
Ready to find out what the fuss is about? Take a closer look at Soprano GAMMA.