This year, our Planning & Building team were proud to support several industry conferences and expos, held by New Zealand and Australian organisations such as ALGIM, BOINZ, Building Networks, Planning Institute of Australia and INFOR. It's been a great experience to connect with peers and hear from experts within our industry.

Attending these conferences was a fantastic opportunity for us to share our journey with Objective Build. We are dedicated to creating a consenting platform that enhances transparency and efficiency in New Zealand, and it has been good to continue our conversations with councils and give updates on this journey. 

We've been able to showcase Objective Build's progress and how it addresses the pain points of the consenting process. It's been rewarding to receive positive feedback, suggestions, and insights, as this helps fuel our product development. Check out our release timeline here, for a snippet of some of our top new features in Objective Build.

We have also really felt that the industry is welcoming change and innovation, and have been receptive to finding new and improved ways of working. Our goal is to improve consenting nationwide, so it's encouraging to know we're all collectively committed to achieving this.

Over in Australia, our Objective Trapeze team were pleased to attend the Planning Institute of Australia's National Congress in Adelaide, as well as the INFOR Public Sector User Forum over on the Gold Coast (seen above in the banner). With over 220 Australian councils using our software, it has been great to connect with new faces and existing customers alike. 

Our team are always working on new features for Objective Trapeze, which you can catch up on here - just in cased you missed anything.

As we look ahead to 2024, we are excited to continue attending more events and conferences. The valuable discussions and connections we've made will only help us further refine and improve our software. We are grateful for the support and insights we've received from this 2023's event circuit.

Here's to a year of progress and an even more exciting year ahead!