OIC Membership Benefits 2008

The Benefits for a member of the Open Interchange Consortium [OIC] include:

A	ACCESS TO NEW BUSINESS PROMOTION OPPORTUNITIES

	Sponsoring local social networking intitiatives eg "Junior Sports Information
	System [JSIS]" and the "local Kids Safe-at-Sport Network [KSAS-Au]"

B	AWARENESS OF NEW eBUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES	

	The new eBusinesss Opportunties like Carbon Credits and
	Water Credits

C	GOVERNMENT FUNDING SCHEMES FOR RESEARCH & FOR ELECTRONIC INITIATIVES

	As a Participating Project Member a company can participate in Consortia to respond to these
	tenders to take advantage of currently over 15 Government funding initiatives for Research & 
	Electonic Initiatives

D	LOW-COST LONG-TERM PROFILE RAISING

	As a Participating Project Member a company can sponsor events and programmes to raise the 
	profile of your organisation in Australia and the International marketplace.  

	The OIC utilises an e-mail contact list of:

	1	Australia/New Zealand contacts		- 12,000
	2	Asia-Pacific contacts			- 30,000
	3	World-wide contacts			- 80,000

	Event Sponsorship fees for Australian events are $ 1,500.  This provides 4 weekly e-mails to
	the e-mail contact list to promote the event and the member's company/product/service

	Programme Sponsorship is for a series of events over a 12 month period. 

	Programme Sponsorship fees are $ 1,000 per month for a 12 month programme or $ 10,000 for
	a one-off payment

	An example of Programme Sponsorship is the 2002 program sponsored by CSC Australia

	"Benefits of E-business for Small & Medium size Enterprises [SMES]"

E	AT THE FOREFRONT OF CHANGES IN BUSINESS PROCESSES AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES

	Participation in Special Interest Groups at the forefront of Information Technology issues.  

	Current active ZIGs include:

	1	FZIG - Free Trade Agreements
	2	XZIG - XML & E-commerce
	3	OZIG - Open Source & Linux
	4	LZIG - Local Government

F	REGULAR NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES	

	Regular events to:

	1	provide opportunities to promote members' web-sites/products/services

	2	meet potential project participants

	3	discuss key issues that affect business and trade

Membership Options 2008
MEMBERSHIP OPTIONS
MONTH
Qtr
Year
ONE PAYMENT
$
$
$
$
ASole Consultancy

100.00

300.00

1,200.00

1,000.00
BSmall Business 2 - 10 Employees

150.00

450.00

1,800.00

1,500.00
CSME business 11 - 50 Employees

235.00

705.00

2,820.00

2,500.00
DProject Participation Member

280.00

840.00

3,360.00

3,000.00

Membership Services by Option
PER YEAR
PER QTR

A

Sole Consultancy
a) Notice of Events
b) Twice Weekly Notices of Projects
c) 1 contact only receives e-mail notices
d) eGallery Services

$1,000.00

$ 300.00 ($ 1,800.00 pa)

B

Small Business 2 - 10 Employees
a) Notice of Events
b) Twice Weekly Notices of Projects
c) 3 contacts receive e-mail notices
d) eGallery Services

$ 1,500.00

$ 450.00 ($ 1,800.00 pa)

C

SME business 11 - 50 Employees
a) Notice of Events
b) Twice Weekly Notices of Projects
c) 7 contacts receive e-mail notices
d) eGallery Services

$ 2,500.00

$ 705.00 ($ 2,820.00 pa)

D

Project Participation
a) Notice of Events
b) Twice Weekly Notices of Projects
c) 12 contacts receive e-mail notices
d) eGallery Services
e) Consortia for project submissions and IPRs
f) Can Sponsor Programmes and Events

$3,000.00

$ 840.00 ($ 3,360.00 pa)

Disclaimers - applicable to all Membership options

Definitions

1	Membership fees are fixed for 3 years from date of joining

2	Project Participation membership entitles project participants to Intellectual Property 
	Royalties [IPRs] for 3 years from the end of the Project Participation contract 

3	The Applicant is the person who will take responsibility for the other access IDs and act as 
	information co-ordinator

4	Each member is encouraged to participate in an OIC committee, Specific Industry Group (ZIG) 
	or Specific Application Group (ZAG)

5	Contacts can include a mix of employees and Channel Partners
Payment of Membership Fees
1	Membership is for 12 months. 

2	The Membership fee is payable to the OIC.

3	OIC Membership fees do not include GST as the OIC has a turnover of less than $ 100,000 

4	An Invoice is only issued after the Membership Application has been accepted by the Membership 
	Committee and full payment has been received

5	If the MONTHLY membership payment option is selected and payment is not by credit card the 
	Membership Fee is payable by DIRECT CREDIT only 

6	The first 3 months (Qtr) Membership fee is required for the monthly membership options. 

7	Cheque payments will be accepted for the Annual Membership fee payment but not for 
	Monthly payments. 

8	Please post annual membership cheques with a copy of the membership application form to:

		Membership Application Committee            
		OPEN INTERCHANGE CONSORTIUM                
		PO Box 517                                                    	  
		NEUTRAL BAY JUNCTION  NSW  2089

To complete for your membership application electronically please link to OIC Membership Application

 































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