Commsync is an Australian Company which has developed bespoke solutions utilizing market leading and proven technology to support the most vulnerable people in our community.
Commsync was founded out of the belief that our vulnerable deserve a voice. That harnessing the power of technology to activate the power of friendship and family networks to support safety is best practice. Commsync combines violence prevention research with our Brisbane built and designed risk management platform. Essentially digitising what case managers within the Family violence, Child Protection and Youth justice and Prisoner reform sectors have been aiming to do for years.
The technology that Commsync has built is a unified communication management platform which partners seamlessly with various wearable devices and other IOT hardware.
“ Commsync – Safety through Connections”. Connecting those at risk with those who care.
We implement tailored personal safety plans for individuals through a combination of wearable and non-wearable technology, providing real-time support at the touch of a button or voice command.
How do we do this? We program safety plans into wearable and other accessible devices, allowing at-risk individuals to discreetly trigger an alert to their chosen support network. A live audio stream, in addition to location and other relevant information, is sent directly to responders allowing for timely and informed choices in maintaining the individual’s immediate safety.
Why do we do this? We believe in the strength of love among family and friends. And nothing more clearly demonstrates this than the inherent instinct families and friends share in keeping loved ones safe from harm – any time, day or night. As families are each uniquely different and at times complex, the Commsync solution enables for a fully customised response plan to match any family’s circumstances.
What is a safety plan? A network of people known and trusted by the individual to respond in times of crisis. All people on the plan understand the risks and how to respond should they be contacted.
What is The CommsyncAlert Platform Solution? The CommsyncAlert Solution is a unified response safety platform, storing and organising safety plan data and delivery mechanisms via wearable and non-wearable devices for efficient and rapid responses to at-risk individuals at their time of need.
CEO Commsync, Co-founding Director
Rachael commenced her working career as an accountant in 1992 and first entered the world of business ownership in 2001 where she successfully built a consultancy providing expert recruitment, career development and business advice to corporate, government and non-government services across Australia.
A proud entrepreneur who believes in commercial outcomes with a social conscience Rachael is a passionate agent for social change. The journey of building the Commsync solution which see’s technology enabling our most vulnerable members of society to be safe, supported and connected is a true heart calling.
CEO Commsync Foundation, Co-founding Director
Chris Boyle commenced his working life as a social worker, and has worked in the child protection system for nearly 20 years, Chris is one of Queenslands longest standing and most respected child protection experts. He has a passion for social justice and giving a voice and opportunity to the most vulnerable children, young people and families in our community.
Throughout his career across government and non-government, Chris has held many leadership roles and positively influenced culture and change in challenging circumstances. He remains a strong advocate for systemic change within the sector and for the provision of timely supports and resources to be offered to all children, young people and families. He believes in establishing communities of hope, where the children are safe and families are strengthened.
Managing Director CommsyncAlert, Co-founding Director
Working within the IT Industry within both the Public and Private Sectors for nearly 20 years, Tom has a wealth of experience in delivering major projects to provide attainable change and strategic outcomes.
Throughout his career both internationally and within the local industry, he has held many senior executive leadership roles and delivered positive outcomes influencing organisational change within challenging environmental circumstances. He remains a strong advocate for systemic change within the public sector enabling innovative IT to assist frontline service delivery for the provision of timely supports and resources to be offered to all children, young people and families.