Community Partners include councils, schools, sports clubs and community groups, business associations, Government agencies, corporates, Not-for-profits and academic and research institutions.
Community Networks form around collaborative groups of Community Partners, who use CC Me to work together to connect with their community. The Users in these Community Networks benefit from this collaboration and reward the Community Partners with greater levels of engagement. Community Networks can be created organically for local geographic areas by groups of Community Partners, who have decided to work together (Tea Tree Gully). Or, CC Me Tenants can work under a license arrangement with DMSq to customise and resell the CC Me Platform to their customers in gated communities (Rural Connect, Menzies School of Health Research).
Digital Market Square operates a new cloud-based Platform for smarter community communications and collaboration, called CC Me – it’s short for Community Connect Me. CC Me helps users to connect with their local community and better organise their life. CC Me is relevant, because it delivers timely, targeted and device-specific community event and activity information. Our CC Me communities are co-operative networks of schools, sports clubs, social groups, churches, councils and charities. The CC Me community networks flourish through the ethical support of State and Federal Government agencies, corporates and business associations.