Government transaction portal online

AUSTRALIA’S first Internet portal dedicated to the processing of business to government transactions will lead to the creation of a new e-commerce sector.

This is the view of managing director Pierre Tomaszuk.

At the moment, most attention is given to business to business (B2B) and business to consumer (B2C) transactions.

“We are recognising an area which deserves to be a sector in its own right,” Mr Tomaszuk said.

“By streamlining the process of business-to-government transaction there are enormous cost savings.

“B2G brings significant time and cost efficiencies to government transactions by reducing time spent in queues and filling out paperwork.” he said.

In order to give the company a bi-partisan approach, prominent political figures have been appointed to the board of directors. They include former National Party senator Bill O’Chee and Michael Easson, a prominent Labor Party figure.

B2G technology is based upon ‘open architecture software’ which allows for data interchange and e-commerce between government and users.

While many new start-ups are launched solely on an idea, B2G want to make their mark more substantial.

“We did not want to come to public attention until we had products actually working.” Mr Tomaszuk said.

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