Internetrix Gravity Launch at CeBIT

Posted 14 years ago by Internetrix

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At CeBIT Australia Internetrix will officially launch the newest version of Gravity, our job tracking and workflow product.

Taking place from May 9th to 11th at Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre in Darling Harbour, CeBIT Australia is the hottest business-to-business technology show of the year. As the only Australian event where visitors can explore leading Internet & Communications Technology (ICT) for the business marketplace, Internetrix is honoured and excited to be taking part in the event where we will be amongst the ranks of some of the world's leading technology companies.

Not only will we be there, we're thrilled to be launching our most exciting product yet: Gravity! Designed to effortlessly manage and track tasks ranging from simple applications through to complex jobs, Gravity uses centralised workflow tools and an innovative messaging architecture to ensure that everyone involved in a project has access to the same information in real-time.

Like Internetrix' other products, Gravity is completely web-based so it's available from any internet connected PC. To keep track of all project milestones, problems and solutions, Gravity records all correspondence related to each project, often automatically through its ability to track emails from team members and external stakeholders, like clients. Users can see job tasks at a glance, and managers can get real-time reports on budgets and timelines. Gravity is easy to use, transparent, completely secure, and to make sure your whole team is focused on your customers, it can also be integrated seamlessly with Affinity.

Of course, Gravity won't be the only product launch at CeBIT Australia. With 700 exhibitors showing of innovative solutions in the areas of networks & wireless, telecommunications, data capture & digital media, internet applications & services, enterprise solutions, security storage and more, there's bound to be many new and exciting products launched to the business market.

A "future parc" section of the exhibition will be dedicated to highlighting Australia's strengths in Research and Development, while the CeBIT eGovernment Forum will provide insight into the initiatives that will affect the future way you work.

Over the course of the three day event, Tech Forum Panel Discussions will cover topics including mobility, security, internet applications, venture capital and much, much more. All discussions will be moderated by leading ICT journalists and analysts.

Best of all, you can be there for Gravity's launch and to network with 30,000 other business decision makers-all for free! Log onto and register for the event, to save $25.