For the InnoWell Platform to provide a seamless and engaging experience for individuals, health professionals and service providers, Project Synergy uses technology that is robust, flexible, scalable, operates in real-time and is accessible to large, diverse populations.

Security:
Security is one of the foremost focal points at Project Synergy. Project Synergy has engaged industry experts to formally review each product and the respective infrastructure on a recurring basis against best practice enterprise-grade security standards and has also appointed a Chief Information Security Officer to manage security policies and adherence.
Privacy:
The InnoWell Platform and Project Synergy comply with the Australian Privacy Principles and align with government guidelines issued by the Australian Signals Directorate (Essential 8 and Information Security Manual), and the ISO 27001, which provides the specification for information security management systems and is generally accepted as the industry standard.
Infrastructure:
Google Cloud Platform is the back-end infrastructure. Google’s commitment to global-first solutions enables Project Synergy to reach wide audiences quickly and reliably, whilst remaining compliant with policies such as the Australian Privacy Principles for sensitive health data.
Back-end code:
‘Ruby on Rails’ is the back-end technology. It provides a framework that is robust, secure, scalable, and battle-tested. Many websites (including Twitter, Airbnb, Bloomberg and Kickstarter) rely on Rails’ and importantly it is an open-source, convention-based framework with a large online community supporting it.
Front-end code:
To ensure all end users’ experience is real time, accessible and robust (particularly in areas of low Internet connectivity) GraphQL, Relay and React has been chosen. This is the same front-end technology Facebook uses to achieve an engaging, real time outcome.