Comtrac Named Bronze Partner for Innovate QLD 2022

Leading the way for digital transformation


Comtrac has been named as a Bronze Partner for Innovate QLD, held on 7 September 2022 at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre. The event is complimentary and exclusive to Public Sector employees.

Innovate QLD attendees will gain insights into how digital innovations continue to transform the Queensland economy. The topics covered include robotics, cloud, big data, the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence and machine learning.

“We’re looking forward to sponsoring an event that unites thought leaders in the Public Sector,” said Craig Doran, Comtrac’s Founder and CEO.

“It’s an excellent opportunity to share the innovations our team are working on, hear from others in the space and have the opportunity to discuss current trends and innovations in the sector,” said Craig.

Government agencies are facing increased demands for enhanced citizen service delivery, making IT modernisation and digital transformation critical. Hear from thought leaders and learn how data and technology are accelerating innovation, improving internal processes and delivering better outcomes for citizens across Queensland.

The event unites leaders in the public sector, including:

  • Business Transformation and Continuous Improvement
  • Digital Innovation and ICT
  • Citizen Engagement and Experience
  • Service Design and Delivery
  • Workforce Planning and HR
  • Data, Information Management, Analytics and Insights
  • Enterprise Architecture
  • Culture and Change Management

Craig will be hosting a roundtable at 2:20 pm on streamlining criminal, regulatory and administrative investigations through digital briefs of evidence. Don’t miss your chance to discuss:

  1. The pain points for streamlining investigations
  2. The solution for streaming the criminal justice process through digital briefs of evidence
  3. The ease and simplicity of delivering innovation within the criminal, regulatory or administrative justice process.

You may be surprised to know that the criminal justice system has a $16.4 Billion cost to Government every year. The Australian Institute of Criminology identified that 68% to 82% of criminal cases (law enforcement and regulatory) fail to start on time due to late or poor quality briefs of evidence. The impact of this on the frontline capacity of agencies and the courts is astronomical.

“During this session you will find how the automation of briefs of evidence through a digital innovation called Elementising Evidence™ can increase the efficiencies of investigations and court processes by 40% or more,” said Craig.

“True innovation makes a difference. It should be visible in benefits like efficiency, quality and productivity. If you’re not seeing those benefits, it may be time to rethink your approach to innovation,” he added.

Don’t forget to visit our team at our interactive exhibition stand for live demos of the platform and gain insights into the innovations we’ve brought to the government sector. To keep up-to-date on the latest news, industry insights and company updates, follow Comtrac on LinkedIn.

Are you interested in finding out more about Comtrac? Book a demo with one of our Investigation Specialists! We will discuss your current Investigation workflow and show you how Comtrac is streamlining investigations for other agencies similar to yours. Follow this link to book a demo.