Rockwood Service Corporation (RSC) celebrates 30 Years of Business with a special celebration today.
The service company, founded in 1972, is one of Australia’s largest technology providers, having a global reach of over 200,000 customers and a global footprint of almost 500,000 premises.
RSC CEO, Peter Stott, said that the 30 years of success was something the company and its customers could not have imagined 20 years ago.
“It’s something we’ve never had a chance to celebrate before,” Mr Stott said.
RSC operates a network of over 3,500 service centres around Australia. “
The company’s not only one of the most successful technology companies in the world, it’s also one of our most loyal customers.”
RSC operates a network of over 3,500 service centres around Australia.
The company also provides internet access, mobile phone and broadband service.
RSCC chairman David McBain said that RSC’s focus was to provide customers with the best possible services, with a focus on the digital and mobile industries.
“I think for us, it all starts with being a customer-first company,” Mr McBains said.
“When we say customer-centric, that’s what’s been our philosophy.
RSCC said it had been working with Australian Government, industry and other stakeholders to secure the right infrastructure to deliver high-quality services to the community. “
Our customers want to do the right thing, we want them to be happy, we don’t care if they’re paying us to do it.”
RSCC said it had been working with Australian Government, industry and other stakeholders to secure the right infrastructure to deliver high-quality services to the community.
The service centre is a “mobile-first, fibre-to-the-premises” network, which uses a fibre-optic cable to deliver services to remote locations.
RSC also operates a mobile phone network that can be used in areas with no access to fixed lines.
“In some cases, we can reach rural communities that are very remote,” Mr O’Neil said.
He said the company had received some “quite positive” feedback on its mobile phone service.
“People are very happy to use it and it is really well-performing,” Mr Hickey said.
”I’ve never seen a phone network as good as RSC has been.
“There’s a lot of positives for us from a customer perspective.”
The service centre was recently featured on ABC’s The World Today.
RSCA chief executive, Peter Rourke, said the success of the 30th anniversary celebration was a testament to the value RSC provided to the Australian community.
Mr Rourke said the service centre and the digital community were complementary industries and the 30-year legacy would continue to build on that.
Mr Rourke also said the 30+ million RSC customers would continue as a long-term community asset.
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