In recognition of our success in delivering market-leading open-source intelligence (OSINT) solutions to help customers both in Australia and overseas enable a safer world, Fivecast has been presented with the South Australian (SA) 2021 Premiers Export Award for Advanced Technologies. Co-Founder and CEO of Fivecast, Dr. Brenton Cooper, was presented with the award at an event in Adelaide, South Australia on September 15th, 2021.
“We are delighted to be recognised as one of SA’s leading technology exporters. This award is validation of Fivecast’s cutting-edge digital intelligence technology which is helping customers both here in Australia and in export markets address important challenges to enable a safer world.”
Fivecast CEO – Dr. Brenton Cooper
Fivecast Export Success
Our flagship solution, Fivecast ONYX, is a powerful open-source data collection and analysis platform that is purpose-built to address the highest priority use cases for the national security, law enforcement and defence markets, helping customers explore masses of digital data and gain insights critical to protecting global communities.
After entering the US 18 months ago, Fivecast has made significant progress in establishing itself as a key player in open-source intelligence (OSINT) in the US market. The company has established a Tradecraft and Business Development team in the US which has grown to 10 people in the space of a year and have succeeded in acquiring multiple large US customers across state and local law enforcement, national security, defence and corporate security sectors. Learn more about the market-leading OSINT solution, Fivecast ONYX here.
SA Premier’s Export Awards
The Australian Export & Investment Awards is one of the longest running business awards programs in Australia. Now in its 59th year, it’s a national program that recognizes and honours both Australian exporters who have achieved sustainable growth through innovation and commitment, as well as the international companies or joint ventures that have made an enduring contribution to the Australian economy.