Past privacy breaches have highlighted the need for enhanced security in this essential technology. Ikonix Technology bridges this gap with paging encryption
Ikonix Technology powers critical communication.
Effective communication is the foundation of a productive and safe workforce. Whether a message originates from dispatch, front-line staff, or enterprise systems, complex organisations need information delivered securely and on time for confident decision-making.
Cheryl brings a depth of experience in technical account management, training, practice administration, and nursing. Her passion and enthusiasm in delivering the best possible customer experience ensures we can continue to deliver industry-leading capability and service in critical and enterprise messaging.
Digitisation in the healthcare system is important to streamline the provision of clinical services, but it also presents a plethora of challenges. Deploying Ikonix Connect we supported information flows through some of Australia’s largest and most complex hospitals.
Ikonix Technology is proud and grateful to have been recognised as this year's SA Health SME Supplier Award winner.
Explore Ikonix Technology's latest milestone: the launch of our new website. Delve into comprehensive information and analysis, catering to both new visitors and loyal customers.
Ikonix Technology drives the communications network for the NT's Police, Fire and Emergency Services.
Supported by Ikonix Technology, HIRPN is the paging network that connects the LHDs of Sydney.
Major new features and updates to existing features in our new release of the IUMS.
Prior to acquisition by mining giant BHP, Oz Minerals upgraded their communications technology to include Ikonix Connect, to achieve two-way, role-based communication for an Emergency Response supporting a FIFO workforce.
In the fast-paced world of healthcare, efficient and timely communication is the lifeline that ensures patients receive the best possible care. Even in an era of smartphones and instant messaging apps, one communication tool remains steadfast in hospitals – the pager.
Information can flow through a hospital in four key ways — from person to person, from system to person, from system to system, or multiple points in a seamless, integrated network.