Ramin Communications was registered as a Business Name in NSW in 10 December 1996.
Ramin Communications Pty Ltd was registered under the Corporations Law of New South Wales on 27th September 1999.
ACN: 089 713 084
Principal Consultant and Director: Marghanita da Cruz
Ramin Communications was established in 1996, to provide Information and Communication Technology Services, with a focus on the Internet and World Wide Web. Ramin Communications has provided services to all three levels of Australian Government, Education, the Community and Private Sector.
Ramin Communications' Principal Consultant, Marghanita da Cruz, provided leadership in the drafting of the Australian Standard for Corporate Governance of ICT and its subsequent adoption as the international standard. Marghanita facilitated workshops around Australia to seek feedback and socialise the draft standard. In 2006, Marghanita contributed a Chapter on the new standard to Frameworks for IT Management, published in the Netherlands and later translated into Dutch, Japanese, German and Mandarin.
Ramin Communications has also been active in the Open Data and Open Source Software, Linux and Video on a Laptop communities.
Between 2009 to 2013, Ramin Communications supported Eco-Annandale Exhibitions. Ramin Communications continues to publish Annandale on the Web and Eco-Sydney and supports the Annandale Heritage Festival.
Marghanita da Cruz is publishing a series of Short Walks through Annandale's History
Meaning of Ramin
The word "ramin" in Ramin Communications is derived from an Australian Aboriginal word meaning to tell or inform.
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