To deliver big business solutions, that have been simplified, are easy to use and at a price to suit small and medium businesses.
To save you money
Identifying opportunities to reduce costs
To save your time
With critical business changing information
To simplify your business
With smart specific business tools.
To reduce your risks
Sleep at night knowing you are beyond compliance
We deliver best practice principles in a practical and functional way to all industries and business sizes.
Big business simplified
We simplify big business complex solutions and create company specific solutions that are affordable to small and medium businesses.
Safe & Secure
You information is as important to us and it is to you. Your safe in the office 365 environment.
Easy to use
One of the easiest things that you will introduce to your business to save you time and increase profits.
Keeping Things Simple
Its a simple business philosophy,
Identify and control the risk.
Explore, disrupt and create opportunity.
What’s the cost and benefit.
Get organised and make it happen with ROF
Our Products and Services
Onesystem is an integrated cloud-based management system designed for small and medium businesses to drive business performance through easy to use applications. At Onesystem, we don’t just deliver smart systems, we help make your systems smarter.
Asset & Fleet Management
Simply manage your asset investments and maximise the return on investment
A integrated solution incorporating safety, quality, environmental and compliance. These applications can also be utilised as standalone solutions.
Maximus is our people management solution.
Our Contractor Management System supports your business and your contractors to ensure that business risks are minimised.
Document management is a critical element to running all businesses.
Fine tune the system
We don’t just deliver smart systems, we help make your systems smarter.
Want to know a bit more
Access to information is one of the keys to empowering your people to drive business performance.
Whether you are a new start up, a small family business or an international identify Onesystem has something to offer that may be able to save you time, money, reduce risks and support your employees and your business growth. Onesystem has a range of software solutions that can be deployed as a business package or individually today or over a time frame that suits you. No matter your location, you can enjoy the Onesystem benefits just like our existing clients. Onesystem’s Risk Management Software incorporates Safety, Quality, Environmental and Compliance modules. Onesystem’s Asset Management and Compliance (AMC), is also referred to as Equipment Management Software, Fleet Management Software is one of the original flagship applications for Onesystem. This application has evolved since its initial development in 2006 into a full Asset Management Software package to schedule maintenance, track and predict costs, identify poor performing equipment via our downtime tracking system. Human Resources Management and People Management Software is also a critical part to running a modern business. Companies have a legal requirement to provide training, more importantly your business has the potential to reduce costs by having an effective People Management Software to support staff, keep staff trained and create a safe workplace. A modern business needs access to a fully functional Document Management Software solution to meet compliance obligation, but also ensure staff have access to the latest information to ensure your business delivers its desired results. Onesystem Contractor Managements Software provides a level of when engaging contractors to ensure the contractor you utilise is professional, safe, efficient and has risk reduction strategies embedded into their business.
Providing business a competitive edge
Access to information is one of the keys to empowering your people to drive business performance.
Management and Operational experience
Is so important to the process, just having a system is not enough. Business insights and experience working with business owners provides endless opportunities.
That have been developed using business best practices, standards and certification principles. Adopt one, adopt them all and let’s customise them to suit your business, or let’s built something special for you.
Join the dots
12 applications in one location, experience from your business and powerful insights from us to delivery excellence to: Reduce Business Risks, Save Money, Optimise Your Investments, Utilise Everyone’s Time Effectively and remove the worries about the unknown.
Smart, integrated, cost effective
Despite the evolution of technology and the benefits it brings, there are still many business owners and managers who feel shackled to the ‘old’ way of doing things. Quite legitimately, this could be because it’s just too hard to migrate all[…]
Manage your assets to maximise your return on investment Organisations make significant investments when purchasing assets to grow and improve their business and maintain a competitive edge. Those who implement an Asset Management and Compliance Software (AMCS) package benefit significantly during tender submissions, and also enjoy reduced business interruption, cost savings, full asset utilisation and[…]
Starting a business is a major undertaking for any entrepreneur and growing and making it successful can be a daunting task. Every company faces challenges, irrespective of size, with a recent Chamber for Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) survey highlighting ten major obstacles facing businesses in 2016. Some of these are common and have been[…]
One of the main reasons businesses fail is because there isn’t a good bookkeeping system in place that would provide warning signs the business could run out of cash. You can choose to set up a bookkeeping system manually (using accounting books), electronically (spreadsheets) or use accounting software. Unless you want to get familiar with[…]
Its a simple business philosophy, Identify and control the risk. Explore, disrupt and create opportunity. Whats the cost and benefit. Get organised and make it happen. Businesses creating success with Onesystem’s newest and probably simplest module. get started now
Leadership and culture Networks and partnerships Change readiness The viability and sustainability of organisations continues to be tested in a world that is constantly changing. Many organisations are realising that traditional corporate strategies are not protecting them from unexpected events. Organisations need to be able[…]
“You can’t manage what you don’t measure.”
There’s much wisdom in that saying, which has been attributed to both W. Edwards Deming and Peter Drucker, and it explains why the recent explosion of digital data is so important. Simply put, because of big data, managers can measure, and hence know, radically more about their businesses, and directly translate that knowledge into improved decision making and performance.
Consider retailing. Booksellers in physical stores could always track which books sold and which did not. If they had a loyalty program, they could tie some of those purchases to individual customers. And that was about it. Once shopping moved online, though, the understanding of customers increased dramatically. Online retailers could track not only what customers bought, but also what else they looked at; how they navigated through the site; how much they were influenced by promotions, reviews, and page layouts; and similarities across individuals and groups. Before long, they developed algorithms to predict what books individual customers would like to read next—algorithms that performed better every time the customer responded to or ignored a recommendation. Traditional retailers simply couldn’t access this kind of information, let alone act on it in a timely manner. It’s no wonder that Amazon has put so many brick-and-mortar bookstores out of business.
The familiarity of the Amazon story almost masks its power. We expect companies that were born digital to accomplish things that business executives could only dream of a generation ago. But in fact the use of big data has the potential to transform traditional businesses as well. It may offer them even greater opportunities for competitive advantage (online businesses have always known that they were competing on how well they understood their data). As we’ll discuss in more detail, the big data of this revolution is far more powerful than the analytics that were used in the past. We can measure and therefore manage more precisely than ever before. We can make better predictions and smarter decisions. We can target more-effective interventions, and can do so in areas that so far have been dominated by gut and intuition rather than by data and rigor.
As the tools and philosophies of big data spread, they will change long-standing ideas about the value of experience, the nature of expertise, and the practice of management. Smart leaders across industries will see using big data for what it is: a management revolution. But as with any other major change in business, the challenges of becoming a big data–enabled organization can be enormous and require hands-on—or in some cases hands-off—leadership. Nevertheless, it’s a transition that executives need to engage with today.
What’s New Here?
Business executives sometimes ask us, “Isn’t ‘big data’ just another way of saying ‘analytics’?” It’s true that they’re related: The big data movement, like analytics before it, seeks to glean intelligence from data and translate that into business advantage. However, there are three key differences:
As of 2012, about 2.5 exabytes of data are created each day, and that number is doubling every 40 months or so. More data cross the internet every second than were stored in the entire internet just 20 years ago. This gives companies an opportunity to work with many petabyes of data in a single data set—and not just from the internet. For instance, it is estimated that Walmart collects more than 2.5 petabytes of data every hour from its customer transactions. A petabyte is one quadrillion bytes, or the equivalent of about 20 million filing cabinets’ worth of text. An exabyte is 1,000 times that amount, or one billion gigabytes.
For many applications, the speed of data creation is even more important than the volume. Real-time or nearly real-time information makes it possible for a company to be much more agile than its competitors. For instance, our colleague Alex “Sandy” Pentland and his group at the MIT Media Lab used location data from mobile phones to infer how many people were in Macy’s parking lots on Black Friday—the start of the Christmas shopping season in the United States. This made it possible to estimate the retailer’s sales on that critical day even before Macy’s itself had recorded those sales. Rapid insights like that can provide an obvious competitive advantage to Wall Street analysts and Main Street managers. […]
But I would pass on a donuts and cake a day for something that can help me run my business more efficiently. Do you have capital, a budget or just spare change? Welcome to our price modelling for 2016. Take a look at our new website, we have a few more solutions and options to suit a[…]