Australian Defence Force: LCMS Learning Content Management Systems, UX, Graphics & Branding
Land Radios: Battle-space communications fleet of Radios.
NAPLAN: Telerik Sitefinity CMS Content Management System: @ ACARA; Education
Telerik Sitefinity CMS: @ ACARA
CMS: Telerik: Sitefinity, Sitecore, Verve, WordPress, Microsoft: SharePoint. Call John Raciti on 02 9313 4739 – AngularJS, Bootstrap, Mobile Apps, Mobile Websites, and Responsive Web DesignMobile Apps, Mobile Websites, and Responsive Web Design, Microsoft Visual Studio…
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NAPLAN: Push to have robots mark school tests under fire from prominent US academic
- Academic says assessing “artistic” uses of writing beyond automated systems
- Assessment authority defends system, says it’s “as reliable” as human marking
- Teachers Union “seriously concerned” about “computer robot marking”
I’m concerned about ‘the computer robot OWNER’ scouting future employees & making students market commodities for corporations >> scan & employ >>
Sydney Water App
Team Leading staff at Sensis Telstra Corp: Marketing and Advertising – Telstra Corporation Ltd ASX: TLS
About 200,000 business and enterprises pay for their White Pages listing. The iGen project / Genesis.
As a Telstra / Platinum Equity team leader was across advertising, digital planning, PR, activations, social media and digital media planning and buying.
Team Leading staff at Australia’s #1 marketing services company, engaging with consumers with Australian businesses. Making this happen through a number of leading brands – Yellow Pages, White Pages, TrueLocal, Whereis and our expert digital know-how. Digital expertise is what sets them apart – giving businesses a competitive edge through websites, search engine marketing and optimisation, data, and through our digital advertising agency.
Telstra Corporation Ltd ASX: TLS
Full Stack User Experience Designer at Readify
May 12, 2012,
John leads group of online designers/typesetters that produces a high quality and high work turn around in Yellow Pages online. Throughout my working life in the same office as John has kept his team up-to-date with progress and kept the project to timelines. John can liaise very well with clients and also his team to ensure the desired result is achieved. I would have no hesitation to work with John and would recommend him to others.
August 24, 2012, Lana reported directly to John
John was a pleasure to work with at Sensis. He always demonstrated a happy, positive nature and was always highly motivated in his approach. A great team-player and colleague.
CEO Fairpoint Group
December 4, 2012,
John has is a great professional with a great range of experience. He is very friendly and an easy person to talk with. His experience will add quality to the company he work with. He is a great asset to the business.
UX User Interface Experience Designs for ComOps Ltd. COM(ASX)
ComOps workforce management solution is designed to increase your productivity and reduce cost, enabling you to effectively manage your workforce.
ComOps supports over 180 customers in 5,800 locations globally, ComOps is an Australian company, who, for 30 years has been developing market leading workforce managment solutions.
E-tivity Software Core System
The Five Essential Core Elements
Site and Security Manager
Flexible set-up allows you more control
eTivity Workforce Management software:
Time & Attendance
Work Rule Interpretation
Employee Self Service
Job Order and Billing
Audit Trail and Reporting
Health and Community Services
Arts, Entertainment & Recreation
CEO ComOps Ltd. COM(ASX)
January 31, 2016,
- Microsoft Gold Partner and has ISO 9001 Accreditation.
Marketing and Communication Supply Chain Services, Helping great companies and brands improve customer experience, Enhance efficiency and strengthen their brand reputation, Helping great companies and brands improve their customers experience, Strengthen their brand reputation and transform the way their businesses operate.
Marketing Supply Chain, Marketing and Communication, Integrated marketing solutions, Business support services, Fulfilment and distribution, Creative Production, Sourcing, Customer Communications, Publishing, Document Workflow.
22 May 2018
ComOps Secures 5 year – $1m Significant Software Contract
- Contract is with State Transit Authority of New South Wales for Sydney buses to implement and manage COM’s Microster transport and workforce logistics software
- 5 year contract – strengthens and diversifies COM’s recurring revenue base
- Up to $750,000 of contract value to be booked in CY2018 with balance booked as recurring revenue out to 2022
- Establishes ComOps as a leading workforce logistics software provider across NSW trains, ferries and now buses
- Tendering pipeline growing across the Company
APM Terminals goes live with ComOps Workforce Management at Port of Salalah, Oman.
SYDNEY: ComOps Limited (ASX.COM), the global leader in workforce management solutions for the ports industry, announces that it has recently completed the first phase of the implementation of its market leading workforce management solution, ComOps WFM-Ports, into the APM Terminal at Port of Salalah in Oman.
With over 2200 staff, Port of Salalah is recognised as one of the largest container ports in the Middle East Region, with an approximate volume of 3.3 million TEU (twenty-foot equivalent units) annually. In 2016, it was recognised as the World’s fastest growing port (of the 126 ports handling greater than 1 million TEU) with annual growth of 29%.
Port of Salalah chose ComOps WFM-Ports, which is a tailored workforce management solution for the ports industry, to simplify the complex requirements of a port’s workforce. It does this by uniquely managing the time and attendance, rostering and scheduling, and allowing for dynamic optimisation of the often irregular workload of a busy port.
The second phase of the project, due to be delivered in October 2017, will be to add a leave management module to the system to support the Port of Salalah workforce.
Branding FPA – Financial Planners Association of Australia.
Financial Services, Superannuation & Insurance
General Motors Opel App
NRL: Wizard Home Loans
Digital Content Management and IBM Learning Management System Administration for SAI Global
SAI Global – Specialties
Standards, International Standards, Compliance, Risk Management, Auditing & Assurance, Learning & Improvement Solutions, ISO 9001 Quality Management, Occupational Health & Safety, Food Safety Management, ISO 14001 Environmental Management, GRC, and Assurance. SAI Global has a solid customer base established across the Middle Eastern region’s banking, energy and oil sectors, including Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC); Energy (Oil & Gas), Power & Utilities, Mining.
Responsible for: Graphic, Web Design and Multimedia. Content Management and Learning Management System Administration. Provided quality work examples/client mock-ups and presentations that enhanced the business development function. Produce and edit various Marketing and Learning Media.
Commercial Manager – Operations at Australian Business Solutions Group, NSW Business Chamber
February 24, 2013, Leigh managed John directly
John is a highly skilled graphic , web designer and multimedia expert. During his time at SAI Global John has further developed his skills into content management and learning management system administration.
John has an enormous amount of energy and passion and throws himself into any new challenge with a great deal of enthusiasm. He is a friendly and cheerful individual with a real ‘can do’ attitude.
John has been an integral part of the product team at SAI Global and it has been an absolute pleasure to work with him.
Global Product Strategist
March 7, 2013,
John is the most talented online and multi-media producer I’ve had the pleasure of working with. He is not only creative but also technically capable. I would have no hesitation in recommending John’s work.
Business Development Manager at Transformed Pty Ltd
March 7, 2013, John worked with Kate in the same group
John is a focused and talented individual who provided quality work examples/client mock-ups and presentations that enhanced the business development function. I often required John’s design expertise for customised course materials within a tight timeframe and he always came through. As a colleague he had a great sense of humour and positive perspective and always offered his assistance wherever it was needed.
Global Marketing Operations Manager at IR
February 25, 2013, John worked with Natali in the same group
John has great technical expertise in the Adobe suite of products, using them to produce and edit various marketing and learning media. His experience in setting up and maintaining online portals will benefit any organisation looking to move into this space. He is a valuable asset to any team.
February 23, 2013,
This letter is my personal recommendation for John. Until just recently, I have been working with John for a while. I found him to be consistently pleasant, tackling all assignments with dedication and a smile.
Besides being a joy to work with, John is a take-charge person who is able to present creative ideas and communicate the benefits. He has successfully developed several tools for our company that have resulted in increased revenue. During his tenure, we saw an increase in profits and brand awareness.
Though he was an asset to our training efforts, John was also extraordinarily helpful in other areas of the company. In addition to writing effective training modules, John assumed a leadership role in meetings, inspiring and motivating other employees.
I highly recommend John for employment. He is a team player and would make a great asset to any organization.
February 22, 2013, John worked with Brett in the same group
The business environment is complex and it really requires working with people that have the energy, focus and skills that meet the demands of the market. I can recommend highly the work of John Giovanni Raciti as an energetic, personable, skilled talent who goes the extra mile, believes passionately in creating value from his work and is committed to a strong work ethic based on values that matter to him and his workplace. I recommend John Giovanni Raciti.
January 28, 2013, John worked with Eve in the same group
Many thanks for your support and professionalism over the past year. It was great working with you.
Coca-Cola Amatil: The Coca-Cola Company – Logo Design
I was the Graphic Designer behind these design agencies.
#5 Coca-Cola: Logo Design
- Market Cap As of May 2017
- $182.9 Billion
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The Shop Australia
Sprite brand, Reebok, Billabong and Siemens
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Help Start The Siemens Mobile Wave Tour
Siemens Mobile Wave Tour 2001 at Fox Studios, Sydney, Australia.
Mandatory Credit: Nick Laham / ALLSPORT
Fox Studios Australia, Siemens, Sydney, Australia
Pro Finals Results Sydney
|1.||Chris Miller (USA)||16|
|2.||Bill Bryan (USA)||12|
|3.||Rush Randle (CAN)||8|
|4.||Christian Fletcher (USA)||6|
|5.||Ueli Kestenholz (SUI)||4|
|6.||Jason Prior (USA)||5|
|7.||Brian Talme (BAR)||3|
|8.||Conan Hayes (USA)||2|
|9.||Andy Macdonald (USA)||1|
Sydney – 21.03.2001
The Siemens mobile Wave hit Sydney’s Fox studios during the beginning of February as the first stop of the Siemens Mobile Wave World Tour.
Australia is world famous for its surf and one might think it to be a strange country to set up an artificial wave, Wave Loch’s Bruticus Maximus was however the talk of the town. Four massive, jet engine pumps shoot 500,000 liters of water a minute up a curved stainless steal and foam surface creating the world’s first portable standup tube…none could resist checking it out.
It was the middle of summer but little did we know that Sydney was having some of its worst weather on record for years. The rain came but it did not deter the Aussies, renowned for being a tough bunch, they came in huge crowds to watch their sporting heroes ride the wave. Local heroes Luke Egan, Beau Emerton, Matt Hoy and Luke Steadman represented the surf elite, while some unlikely wave enthusiasts the local Rugby team, the Sydney “Roosters” even showed up to take part in the fun. Amongst the international boardriders (that is from all walks of side-stance board sports) surfers, skaters, snowboarders, windsurfers, skimboarders including Andy Macdonald, Conan Hayes, Jason Prior, Brian Talma, Bill Bryan, Christian Fletcher, Rush Randle, Chris Miller and Peter King were invited to compete but the crowds were definitely most excited to watch their home grown Aussie surfers.
The word had obviously spread around Australia with help from Luke Egan, Beau Emerton and Matt Hoy who had already ridden the wave and Pro surfers turned up from all over the country. Bearing in mind Australia is certainly not small it was impressive the distances these guys had traveled to check out the wave. The Australian Pro surfers were for sure the ones who managed to master riding the wave the quickest, it was incredible to see them getting barreled and taking airs after only riding the wave for a couple of sessions. I guess when they are used to getting beaten up at Pipe the wave did not seem that scary!
The rugged & handsome Luke Stedman was crowd favorite, well at least the girl’s favorite, and impressed us with his “shaggy dog”, and “I have not eaten in four months look”.
Joel Parkinson, World junior champion and in many peoples eyes the future world champion rode the wave as if he had been training on it for weeks, it was his second day and he was riding with confidence and the poise of a champion.
Luke Egan world #2 and the local media’s dream boy spent most of his time in the barrel and throwing huge spray on the crowd with his cutbacks.
Qualifications took place on the Friday night.
The weather finally changed a clear night meant a huge crowd showed up. All the guys had been riding for nearly a week and the standard of riding was incredible. As usual Bill Bryan was going crazy and it was impossible to tell whether he was riding regular or switch…Chris Miller was flying higher than ever. No one came close to the boosting as big as Chris. Christian Fletcher was in cruise mode during qualifications…he qualified easily but his little smirk let you know he was up to something. Brian Talma, the irie man from Barbados, was hard at it, consistently pulling off his irie-roll (sort of a backspin-breakdance-looking 540 flip) Local pro surfers Luke Egan, Matt Hoy and Beau Emerton were giving the crowd some real hometown hero rides. Canadian/Hawaiian, Jason Prior was definitely the iron man of the event. This guy was not only the wave operator, tank diver, repairman he was the first on and last off each day. All this practice also makes for some unique carving lines. Although Jason’s a professional windsurfer he looked like he was carving a mountain. He was doing huge bottom turn top turn combos unlike anyone else.
The main event was on Saturday night. Saturday night in downtown Sydney Australia right across from the cricket grounds! What an eerie setting you’d think to be riding a wave, but it seemed so absolutely natural in this golden age of extreme sports and technology.
Everyone came out firing for the finals. It was as if they all suddenly remembered that there was cash on the line. Hawaiian transplanted pro surfer John Shimooka and rider Peter King dished out the punishment on the microphone as each rider took his turn trying to impress the judges. The top 2 places were separated by 2 points, style master Chris Miller took first place with impeccable grabs and smoothness, Beaker Bryanpulled the craziest airs and weirdest lines. Rushgained a much wanted 3rd place after a long recovery comeback from shoulder surgery, “Chicken” Fletcher who most likely could win if he wanted to be serious proved to be the ultimate showman and best entertainer of the event with a selection of masks and demons coming alive in the finals, whoever has seen a devil doing a backflip? The rest of the pros pulled equally amazing moves, each with their own signature style, however, ride of the night had to go to Beau Emerton who managed to impress everyone with his impression of a “seppo” surfer. As usual fond memories and friendships were had by all.
Siemens tours mobile wave
By AdNews | 16 February 2001 Comment Siemens Mobile Phones has committed to a three-year sponsorship of the Siemens Mobile Wave Tour, a worldwide flow boarding display event that kicked off at Fox Studios on 6 February, to take its mobile products to a younger generation, aligning its brand with all the excitement of surf, snowboarding and skateboarding.Funded by the company’s head office in Germany, the tour features a massive surf tank holding 500,000 litres of water that can produce a wave 4m high, with top international surf, skate and snowboard talent, and offers free entry, DJs and live bands.The young kids are so excited to be able to see the wave and the top professionals in their sports, says marketing manager Jane Morgan. Our marketing hasnt been a hard push selling product, more like just come along and have a great time at the event.At the PR launch, celebrities and sports identities took on the wave, generating substantial media coverage from Channel V, the Nine Network and Fox Sports, which has filmed a half-hour program for international distribution.Morgan says the initiative, first dreamed up by a former vice-president of Siemens, is a crucial part of the brands strategy to reach youth. Were now in a situation where we have the right products and we saw the potential in the mobile wave. There are only two in the world and we’ve got both.Siemens has secured partnerships with leading brands like sunglasses label Oakley, surf manufacturer Billabong, Toyota, Smirnoff, Toohey’s and Pepsi.A street team took to Manly and Bondi beaches in promotional vehicles supplied by Toyota, publicising the event and supplying posters to surf stores. We’ve mainly focused our advertising on the sport and surf sections of local press, as well as word-of-mouth to raise awareness, explains Morgan, who adds that the success of the local event will determine if the tour starts in Australia again next year.After Sydney, the tour will head to nine cities internationally, including San Diego, Rio, California and Dubai.
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