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On 17 November 2022, Fivecast proudly received the Software Innovation Award at the InnovationAus gala dinner.

The Software Innovation category celebrates the software products that are making an impact in spaces such as AI and machine learning, Intelligence, FinTech, and edge computing or for technology that has applications across verticals and has or will contribute significantly to industry and community.

Fivecast was a finalist amongst three other innovative Australian businesses in a challenging category. Co-founder and VP of Product Development Ross Buglak and Account Executive Jason Moore were present to receive the award at The Cutaway in Barangaroo.

Fivecast co-founder and VP of Product Development Ross Buglak received the Software Innovation Award, alongside Account Executive Jason Moore


Fivecast took out the award for Fivecast ONYX – our scalable open-source intelligence solution with the power to quickly tackle challenges like online extremism, terrorism, and human trafficking. Fivecast ONYX is purpose-built to address the highest priority use cases for the national security, law enforcement, and defense markets, helping customers explore masses of digital data and gain insights critical to protecting global communities.

Dr. Brenton Cooper, co-founder and chief executive of Fivecast, spoke with Jennifer O’Brien from prior to the Gala dinner.

“Our mission as a company is to enable a safer world, and we do that by uncovering risks to the global community through online data. We’re supporting our customers in missions such as counter-terrorism, serious and organized crime, combatting human trafficking and monitoring online extremism” Dr. Cooper said.

Fivecast would like to congratulate all the other finalists at the InnovationAus awards, particularly the other finalists from the Software Innovation category.

Read more from Brenton’s interview with InnovationAus here