About us

About us

Random Computing is a leading Independent Software Vendor (ISV), specialising in Diary Resource Management (DRM), Parliamentary Workflow Systems (PWS) and Exchange-Domino Synchronisation, with a proven track record.


Our main energies are in packaged software development and related consulting services; ExecCorro for Government (a premier Parliamentary Workflow System), mobileX (a DRM for Executives, Government and BlackBerry/Smartphones), RDI (Random Document Imaging) and Sync-ED (Exchange-Domino Synchroniser). We are particularly well known for servicing high profile clients and providing them with superior platinum IT services.


Random was quality certified in 1995 and is accredited by International Certifications Limited. Our quality system is paramount to providing quality solutions for our clients. Random has been an Australian Government Endorsed Supplier which prequalifies suppliers in the Information Technology industries to sell into the Australian Federal Government marketplace


Based in Canberra, the Capital of Australia and home of the Australian Federal Parliament, our clients are often Federal, and State governments. Our systems cover the wireless market, smart desktop software focused on advanced diary management , and Parliamentary Document management as "middle office" solutions. Our Smartphone solutions is used world-wide.


As a specialised company, Random has trained and industry experienced staff ready to provide the skills necessary to build or integrate solutions for your business or organisation. All our employees are Certified Industry Professionals who keep abreast of the latest in their field.


Our goal is to continue to grow as a leading Australian software development company specialising in software in the Diary Resource Management and Parliamentary Workflow space while maintaining our high standards.

ACT Chief Minister's Export Awards 2010Australian Information Industry Association 2010Canberra Business Point Award 2010


We love it. It is the best for an Executive’s diary. MS Outlook is OK for your own bits and pieces but not for the working diary of a Executive. …go for it. Works with Outlook. PA to Senior Federal Cabinet Minister