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The global instant payments market where transactions are completed within 10 seconds will reach US18 trillion in value in 2025 - up from just US$3 trillion in 2020, according to a new study.

Published in Market

US lawmakers’ stance on cryptocurrencies is outdated and bordering on negligent, the founder and chief executive of independent financial advisory organisation, deVere Group, Nigel Green, has claimed.

Published in Technology Regulation
Wednesday, 12 August 2009 09:32

SAP, Fujitsu partner for contract win

Food and consumer goods distribution group, Metcash, has contracted SAP and Fijitsu to deploy a new financial software platform in its Australian business to improve efficiencies and compliance with financial, corporate risk and environmental regulations.

Published in Deals
Australian-listed health information technology company, iSOFT, continues its recent run of contract wins with today’s announcement of three new contracts secured in Australia and the UK valued at around $1.6 million.

Published in Deals
Monday, 06 July 2009 16:55

Purchase-to-pay vendor buys into Australia

Finnish purchase-to-pay solutions provider, Basware, has acquired Australian-based TAG Services, its Australian/New Zealand distributor, for $2.25 million.

Published in Market
Prominent Australian and New Zealand payroll software company, Sage MicrOpay, has issued version 5 of their flagship Meridian product. For existing customers the upgrade is a seamless process except for one thing - it ignores every single saved setting and customisation.

Published in Development
Despite concerns emanating from the US about the security of ATM/EFTPOS networks, the relevant industry body claims best practices are applied in Australia. There have been no reports of such attacks in Australia, said a spokesperson.

Friday, 17 April 2009 10:43

Is your money at risk between ATMs and banks?

You've probably become used to checking the card slot on ATMs for any sign that a 'skimmer' has been installed, and if you're like me you've also got into the habit of shielding the keypad when you key in the PIN. Now there are reports that criminals have found a way of capturing PINs in transit.

In the midst of the world financial crisis, green IT still remains a top priority on the IT agenda of governments and is growing in importance for the public sector, according to a report released by Ovum after the recent G20 summit in London.

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