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Epicor Associations



Aged & Community Services Australia

Aged & Community Services Australia (ACSA) is the leading peak body supporting over 700 church, charitable and community-based not-for-profit organizations that provide accommodation and care services to older Australians. ACSA is at the forefront representing, leading and supporting members to achieve excellence in providing quality affordable housing and community and residential care services for older Australians.

ACSA is committed to being a strong and effective advocate for our members by providing a strong national voice and leading the national aged care agenda, delivering efficient services at the local level through effective internal processes and governance.



Leading Age Services Australia

Leading Age Services Australia (LASA) is the national peak body representing and supporting providers of age services across residential care, home care and retirement living. We represent our Members by advocating their views on issues of importance and we support our Members by providing information, services, training and events that enhance their performance and sustainability.



Employers and Manufacturers Association - NZ

The EMA provides its members with employment relations advice from industry specialists, a business school with over 100 courses and a wide variety of conferences and events to help businesses grow. EMA advocates on behalf of its members to bring change in contentious areas such as RMA reform, Employment Law, and infrastructure development.

EMA is a founding member of BusinessNZ, New Zealand's largest business advocacy body, committed to championing a production, export-oriented, competitive business environment in which enterprise can thrive.

Membership is drawn from four regional business organizations: Employers' & Manufacturers' Association (EMA), Business Central, Canterbury Employers' Chamber of Commerce (CECC), Otago Southland Employers' Association (OSEA) - which offer services and support to over 14,500 members companies.



Advanced Manufacturing Technology Institute Limited

Australian Manufacturing Technology Institute Limited (AMTIL) is the peak national body, based in Melbourne Australia that represents the interests of manufacturing technology suppliers and users within the precision engineering and advanced manufacturing sector. Established in 1999, AMTIL is the combination of the Institute of Machine Tools Australasia; established in 1945, and the Australian Machine Tool Association; established in 1954. AMTIL's reputation as a leading industry body has helped it to form valuable relationships with both State and Federal Government, allowing it to impact the decisions made about the advanced manufacturing industry.



The Australasian Supply Chain Institute (ASCI)

Formally apicsAU, ASCI is a professional institute serving across the various sectors of supply chain management to foster professionalism in the supply chain. Operating in Australia since 1963, ASCI is a non-profit organizations, with chapters nationally. In addition to extensive education programs, ASCI offers local activities that facilitate the exchange and advancement of practical knowledge, ideas and techniques. Activities include meetings, short courses, site visits and conferences.