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DQUBE Solutions

Address

Melbourne/Sydney

Australia

Website: www.dqube.solutions

Contact

Name: Edmond Low

Position: Principal Consultant

Phone: 03 9005 6899/02 8003 4899

Email: edmond.low@dqube.solutions

Description

We specialise in data solutions consulting and IT professional services. We believe the right data, in the right hands, is a purposeful thing and empowers people to make a difference.

About Us

Do you have a burning question you want answered? Or just need some help to assist with your research requirements? Our extensive data collection experience includes:

  • Client / customer perception and satisfaction surveys
  • Community awareness and attitude surveys
  • Campaign tracking and evaluation
  • Social media mining & analytics
  • Opinion polling

 

Complementing our data collection capabilities, interactive dashboards make data easily-digestible, meaningful, and actionable. Our dashboard reports can:

  • Highlight important facts and figures on a single page
  • Help you keep on top of your KPIs
  • Enable you to make evidence-based decisions for a positive outcome

 

 

Collaborating closely with you, we can also provide data solutions consulting to support your team or tailor an IT solution to match your specific requirements – including developing any necessary documentation as part of the process.

DQUBE Solutions is based in Melbourne and Sydney, and we work with clients nationally. To find out more about us, please also refer to our website. We’d love to hear from you and chat about how we can help.

 

Melbourne office:

Level 21, 567 Collins Street VIC 3000

Tel: +61 3 9005 6899

 

Sydney office:

Level 10, 20 Martin Place NSW 2000

Tel: +61 2 8003 4899

https://www.dqube.solutions/

 

Products and Services

From simple data collection for social research or campaign/programme evaluation, through to complex information system projects, we act as your collaborative partner – leveraging our broad IT experience and strong communication skills to deliver the insights you need.

We use a technology mix, including working with your existing business systems, and we provide highly-personalised consulting services to develop efficient and effective IT solutions that meet best practice.

Drawing on our significant industry experience specialising in data collection, reporting and information systems, we work closely with you to not only capture data but to make it meaningful and actionable.

We take a pragmatic approach to our business IT solutions – underpinned by best practice methodologies – and our process consists of these key steps:

Making a societal difference and deriving public value from our work are important to us. Hence, we always value quality over quantity, ensuring we deliver brilliant, professional work that entices clients to continue partnering with us.

Examples of work

“Ed and I worked together to develop a request for tender document for a client information and management system for Windana and was engaged to project manage the implementation of the system. Ed quickly gained an appreciation of the complexities of the project producing a cohesive requirements list which greatly assisted vendor selection and implementation. Ed has excellent inter-personal skills and is highly effective at communicating to different stakeholders across the organisation. He undertakes work professionally and his style made the project much more effective and enjoyable.”

Geoff Fisher

Manager Finance, Windana Drug & Alcohol Recovery Inc

 

“Ed is a particularly capable manager of information, systems and people, who delivers great business outcomes. He has worked for me to rationalise platforms to establish and run less complex, more effective and agile systems that delivered at so many levels. He works well with people and is delight to work with. I would have him on my team again.”

Tony Nippard

Board Director and Member Governance and Audit Finance & Risk Committees, Neami National

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 Global software provider Blackbaud says the new BlackbaudNow program  (www.bbnow.com.au) lets organisations, such…Read More

Monday, 17th August 2009

While online giving is the most exciting development in philanthropy, the whole aspect of donor development, cultivation and engagement…Read More

Monday, 6th July 2009

The last decade has seen a massive increase in the use of mobile phones and it’s become the dominant communication device in our…Read More

Thursday, 28th May 2009

Refugee children, the unemployed, disaffected youth, stray dogs and grant applicants are the winners in the 2009 Australian Community…Read More

Thursday, 28th May 2009

According to a US Ethics & Workplace survey, 60 percent of business executives believe they have a right to know how employees portray…Read More

Monday, 25th May 2009

A US retailing giant is urging the online community to use the social networking tool Facebook to help it decide how much money goes to…Read More

Monday, 11th May 2009

The community technology conference Connecting Up is underway in Sydney (May 11-12) and a keynote speaker will present a case for the…Read More

Monday, 11th May 2009

Infoxchange has launched MeasureIT to assess the communication technology needs of small to medium sized community service organisations…Read More

Monday, 30th March 2009

Online fundraising, Twitter, Facebook What’s next? An top line up of keynote presentations on technology and social media…Read More

Monday, 30th March 2009

Follow Pro Bono Australia on Twitter – it’s easy! Click the link (www.twitter.com/probonoaust) to see our twitter updates…Read More

Monday, 30th March 2009

Some 11% of online adults use Twitter according to a new US report which found that Twitter users are mobile and less tethered by technology.…Read More

Monday, 30th March 2009

Everyone’s talking about Twitter, but what is it, and should your charity be using it? Here’s the full story from our contributor…Read More

Monday, 16th February 2009

A new survey has found that Australia’s charities and Not for Profit organisations are missing out on opportunities presented by…Read More

Monday, 3rd November 2008

The internet and mobile phones have become central components of modern family life. Among all household types, the traditional nuclear…Read More

Monday, 6th October 2008

Networked Workers are those workers who use the internet or email at their jobs, but they say these technologies are a mixed blessing…Read More

Thursday, 11th September 2008

Although the software industry is a relative newcomer to corporate social responsibility (CSR), companies in this sector are already…Read More

Monday, 14th July 2008

Community Sector Banking (CSB) has launched Community Fleet Services – a new service specifically for Not for Profit organisations…Read More

Monday, 16th June 2008

Melbourne University is providing opportunities for Melbourne-based community organisations to have a team of final year Information…Read More

Monday, 16th June 2008

Mobile technology is transforming the way advocacy, development and relief organisations accomplish their missions, according…Read More

Monday, 11th February 2008

More than 85% of the world’s online population has used the Internet to make a purchase — increasing the market for online…Read More

Monday, 11th February 2008

The internet and mobile phones play a much greater role than expected in the lives of young people who are socially, culturally or economically…Read More

Monday, 17th December 2007

US Grantmakers are reporting fewer barriers in implementing technology, yet continue to lag behind corporations in technological…Read More

Monday, 3rd December 2007

The innovative Not for Profit technology organisation, InfoXchange, is using its expertise to help improve communication technologies…Read More

Monday, 27th August 2007

Australian families can download free filters for their home computers and get practical advice about internet safety as part of a…Read More

Monday, 18th June 2007

The 4th annual Making Links conference is one of Australia’s leading forums for workers in the Not for Profit and community sectors…Read More

Monday, 18th June 2007

The Federal Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts, DCITA, has developed an e-strategy guide for Not…Read More

Monday, 18th June 2007

There’s no going back to pre-Web days. Email is here to stay, mobile phones are morphing into video centres and instant messaging…Read More

Monday, 18th June 2007

You may have heard of Wikipedia – the cyberspace encyclopaedia. Now get ready for the Third Sector’s own version called PhilanthropyWiki!…Read More

Monday, 18th June 2007

Not for Profit organisations deserve the best that technology has to offer and part of achieving this is making good, strategic decisions,…Read More

Monday, 18th June 2007

Governments around Australia need to recognise the challenges faced by NGOs in terms of funding their IT needs according to one NSW…Read More

Monday, 18th June 2007

A clear majority of Not for Profits in Australia support the idea of a National Nonprofit Coalition according to a recent online survey…Read More

Monday, 18th June 2007

Moves to establish a National Nonprofit ICT Coalition are making slow but determined efforts within the Third Sector. In 2006, the…Read More

Monday, 4th June 2007

Melbourne University’s Department of Information Systems is currently seeking project proposals from Melbourne based Not for…Read More

Monday, 21st May 2007

We are planning a special edition about information and communication technologies (ICT) in the Not for Profit sector. What’s…Read More

Monday, 21st May 2007

The American Cancer Society has taken a giant leap forward into the virtual computer world as it prepares to set up its office in the realms…Read More

Monday, 21st May 2007

Not for Profit IT services business, Energetica says effective use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) by NGOs in…Read More

Monday, 18th December 2006

The internet is the most popular source of information about specific products or services, according to a new survey into Australians’…Read More

Wednesday, 8th November 2006

The US-based Business Roundtable, an association of 160 chief executive officers of leading companies has launched a new Web site…Read More

Monday, 25th September 2006

New research reveals that more regional Australians are moving online in search of everyday items – another reason why Not for Profits…Read More

Monday, 8th May 2006

If you are using SMS text messaging to mobile phones to get your organisation’s message out to a new audience, consider this latest…Read More

Monday, 12th December 2005

The Cancer Council of NSW is the first charity to go ‘live’ with a new fundraising concept that aims to harnesses the growth…Read More

Monday, 19th September 2005

Hurricane Katrina has left many ‘first world’ countries wondering about their own organisational preparedness to…Read More

Monday, 21st February 2005

Australia’s first community-owned Internet Service Provider (ISP), called CanDoNet, has been launched by a South Australian…Read More

Monday, 11th October 2004

When an IT staff member suddenly leaves or your network spontaneously implodes, Not for Profits will be in better shape to pick up the…Read More

Monday, 2nd August 2004

A Sydney-based national Not for Profit called WorkVentures is running an Affordable Computer Re-Use Scheme for NFP organisations…Read More

Thursday, 22nd July 2004

Bill Gates, Microsoft Chairman and the US’s second wealthiest man has launched an initiative to help people across Australia…Read More

Monday, 26th April 2004

As of this month the National Office for the Information Economy, NOIE is no more; its information and communications technology (ICT)…Read More

Tuesday, 2nd September 2003

Computer users battling computer viruses, spam and fraud have a new tool in their armoury after the launch of a one-stop e-security…Read More

Monday, 12th May 2003

The Department of Information Systems at The University of Melbourne is calling for proposals for IT projects for final year student…Read More

Wednesday, 18th December 2002

Bridging the digital divide to realise the full benefits of information and communications technology (ICT) would only occur through…Read More

Monday, 1st July 2002

Do you have a Digital Divide project that can make a difference? Cisco Systems in Australia are encouraging organisations in the Not…Read More

Wednesday, 17th May 2000

Finding new ways of giving and receiving funds is always a challenge. Since October last year The Hunger Site at www.thehungersite.com…Read More

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