People, technology, enabling business
To face an I.T. challenge,
who do you turn to?
Dialog is Australia's leading privately owned information technology services organisation employing over 1,000 consulting staff nationwide.
Dialog's services range from strategic IT consulting through full lifecycle application development and managed application services to long-term operational support.
Dialog's subsidiary companies provide complementary products and specialist services.
Established in 1979, Dialog has delivered innovative solutions to clients across all industries including all levels of government.
The Commonwealth Department of Finance has awarded Dialog Information Technology a place on the Whole-Of-Government Mobile Panelview story
Dialog has won the Technical Excellence Award for its emergency notification mobile solution, FireReady, at the 2014 Victorian Spatial Excellence Awards (VSEA).view story
Dialog was awarded the Excellence award at the recent ANZ SkillSoft Perspectives conference held in Sydney.view story
A website’s success hinges on one thing: how users perceive it. “Does this website give me value? Is it easy to use? Is it pleasant to use?” These are the questions that run through the minds of visitors as they interact with web products. User experience design is all about striving to make them answer “Yes” to all of these questions.view story
Dialog consultants often use innovative techniques to undertake consulting assignments. In this article we will share our experience in using Edward De Bono's 6 thinking hats in undertaking a post-implementation review.view story
A growing number of Dialog’s clients are discovering the benefits of an Agile software development approach and the co-operative team dynamics supported by the Scrum management discipline that can deliver a win-win result for all stakeholders.view story
Dialog’s consultants bring together a range of inter-personal skills to deliver successful projects for their clients. Being aware of “first impressions” is just one of those skills.view story