ABS appoints resellers for CDATA 96, Jun 1997

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June 12, 1997
Embargoed: 11:30 AM (AEST)

ABS appoints resellers for CDATA 96

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has appointed 10 resellers for CDATA96, the flagship Census product produced by the ABS.

The resellers are:
  • Census Applications (NSW)
  • Channel Marketing (VIC)
  • Consulcad (VIC)
  • Data Analysis Australia (WA)
  • Don Global Investments (VIC)
  • ERSIS International (Qld)
  • Habitat Planning (NSW)
  • Land File Consultancy (TAS)
  • Mapinfo Australia (NSW)
  • Security Mailing Services (NSW).

The resellers will be authorised to sell CDATA96, which remains an ABS product. CDATA96 will also be sold directly to clients by ABS. The product is scheduled to go onto the market in September. Prior to then, demonstrations are available through ABS or the appointed resellers.

CDATA96 provides Census data for all of Australia, from areas of approximately 200 households to an entire state or territory on CD ROM. It has the functionality to export data for use in other applications, and to import data from a variety of formats into the system.

CDATA96 contains a wealth of information that helps decision-makers in business and government by providing insight to crucial decisions. It puts the Census to work by giving instant access to detailed data on Australian society by including information on age, education, housing, income, transport, religion, ethnicity, occupation and more. CDATA96 is an ideal tool for organisations which are involved in research, planning or marketing a product, service or business. It allows organisations to thoroughly understand the marketplace as well as providing information to assist in predicting future market trends in a cost effective way.

CDATA96 has been developed with the user in mind; it contains user friendly software and comprehensive on-line help and interactive tutorials. Users simply select the geographical area of interest, then the Census data needed, and the reporting requirement in table, map or graph format.