Software platform digitises field work across disciplines

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Perth based company EXTAG has been leveraging ICNWA to discover new opportunities for its innovative platform.

EXTAG can be setup fast and its flexibility allows customers to use the platform seamlessly across a large range of disciplines. This reduces the need for multiple field applications and enables continuity across an organisation’s field activities. Customers realise significant savings in administration and compliance costs, often by more than 30%.

One of EXTAG’s clients General Manager says:

“The timeliness of implementation from such a poor base through to having a handle on the scaffold equipment was less than 2 months. The client was amazed by this rapid innovative improvement.”

“The key to EXTAG for me is ease of use – the blue-collar workforce embraced EXTAG usage; transparency – live data provided to contractor and owner supported better decision making; and compliance – The system ensured compliance across all aspects..”

EXTAG is currently being used in areas such as PSV/Valve management, security, compliance, preservation, GPS tracking, scaffolding, maintenance, inspections and more in a wide range of industries.  For more information visit  or contact Gabe Alves at


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