Myles Tehan

Myles Tehan

"Hack Days Australia facilitated a great event that really brought together complementary and varying skill sets of different people to produce amazing results!"

"Hackathons should be adopted by all businesses. What a great way to solve problems, and get people to collaborate from all facets of a business. Hack Days Australia provided a fantastic experience, and are leaders in providing companies with the resources and infrastructure to facilitate a hackathon - I couldn't recommend them enough".

"I had no idea what to expect after signing up for the Hackathon and I was absolutely blown away with the seamless execution of such an awesome event. I learned a lot from my teammates and have made some great new friends (even though we've been working in the same building for three years). This has also enabled me to develop new working relationships and bridging the gap between Response and Digital. I would highly recommend for anyone who has the opportunity to take part of one of these events. They are invaluable!!"

"Hack Days Australia helped organise Southern Cross Austereo's first hackathon. The experience was extremely rewarding and would not have been as successful as it was without Hack Days Australia's expertise and support. Working with Hack Days Australia has inspired me to participate in future hackathons and I can't wait to work with them again!"

"The format of the Hack Day and the skills of the facilitators enabled the development of some great, workable ideas that could be implemented in both the short and long term by the business. What more could you ask for?"



It might seem a little bit contradictory, however, Hack Days or Hackathons don’t have to be limited to pure technology companies who employ large numbers of software developers.

Hack Days can also be successfully run in predominantly ‘non-technical’ organisations, particularly if they are themed around a real problem space that encourages creative thinking, experimentation and collaboration. This blog breaks down an approach we took with a recent client.


If you are looking for a quick way to kill a conversation; try asking a friend or colleague how their latest internal IT transformation project is going at work?  Don’t be surprised to see them break out into a cold sweat and visibly age in your presence as they describe an experience that is akin to getting a tooth pulled out by their dentist.

This blog breaks down some of the reasons why these projects are difficult and also offers some suggestions on how to set up internal Business Systems transformations for success.

Are you generating enough leads from your website? Have you experimented with social media to connect with your customers? Should you be looking to integrate your website with your internal business software?

Friday, 07 November 2014 00:00

Does your business have a Digital Strategy?


Does your business have an effective digital strategy in place? If this question has you scratching your head, then you are not alone…

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