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Titan dealer management solutions provider (Titan DMS) has selected process management and automation vendor Nintex’s promapp process mapping and management capability to drive continuous process improvement across its organisation, as well as to support ongoing “excellence” in the delivery of its management solutions to the automotive industry.

Published in Deals

Global application development and digital experience technologies provider Progress has announced that its flagship application development platform OpenEdge is at the core of Revolution Software Services’ dealer management business that was recently acquired by Toyota Motor Corporation Australia.

Published in Market
Tuesday, 04 February 2020 12:20

DingGo's government grant funds national expansion

Online smash repairs platform DingGo plans national expansion following the award of a $250,000 government grant. DingGo's $248,262 Accelerating Commercialisation Grant from the Australian Government will be matched with capital investment to give the company almost half a million dollars to expand nationally and prepare for international operation.

Published in Strategy

Ericsson has been selected by the Volvo Car Group to provide its industrialised Connected Vehicle Cloud platform, to further enable its digital vehicle services in more than 120 markets worldwide for the next five years.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 19 June 2018 11:41

carsales stages hackathon X

Online automotive classified advertising company carsales.com has just staged its latest hackathon focusing on Artificial Intelligence technologies and their applications.

Published in Strategy

Australian listed mobile and online payments platform and logistics software provider SmartTrans has expanded its logistics business into China on the back of a new contract to develop and supply software to automotive components manufacturer, Yanfeng Automotive Trim Systems.

Published in Deals

Vertical search website operator the Mitula Group has secured $26.5 million in funding through an IPO ahead of the company’s listing on the ASX next week.

Published in Listed Tech

The rise and rise of the digital marketplace has fuelled an increase in mobile advertising spending in the Australian financial services, automotive and healthcare industries.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 22 July 2014 13:14

Carsales changes vehicles to SAS

Classified automotive advertising website carsales.com has migrated to a SAS cloud-based platform in a move which it says is designed to provide an integrated platform for seamless advertising workflow management, forecasting, yield analysis and reporting.

Published in Business Intelligence
Sunday, 18 March 2012 22:34

Toyota joints IT standards group

Toyota has joined the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) industry standards organisation in a move which TCG says is designed to ensure greater security and achieve higher reliability of the dramatically expanding number of in-vehicle electronic systems and networks.

Published in Market

The integration of smartphones into consumer vehicles will become all but standard on new models, according to one leading analyst, which also forecasts that 92 million vehicles will feature technology to integrate the smartphone into the head-unit by 2016.

Published in Market
Monday, 07 November 2011 22:53

Home-grown smart car design lauded

A clever design and a great looking car - the description of Holden's latest car to roll off its Adelaide production line today - as the federal government heralds a new era for Australia's first carmaker.

Published in Energy
Friday, 19 August 2011 16:20

One company's own carbon revolution

Australian company, Carbon Revolution, is already taking advantage of federal government financial incentives to encourage the development of clean technologies, with the commercialisation of the world's first one piece carbon fibre automotive wheel.

Published in Market
Tuesday, 07 June 2011 13:50

Digital radio momentum driving upwards

Digital radio has had a slow start but seems to be picking up pace, if recent Sydney and Melbourne automotive workshops are anything to go by.

Published in Entertainment




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