Smart receipt provider Slyp has hired Ashley Davies to be its CFO.
Australian scale-up secure coding company Secure Code Warrior has made several senior appointments.
Imaging vendor Lexmark has appointed Melanie Ford to the role of healthcare industry consultant for Australia and New Zealand.
HPE subsidiary Aruba has promoted Tristan Rajah to the role of South Pacific channel leader.
Optus is working to head off skills shortages by forming Optus U in conjunction with universities, TAFEs and other organisations.
Real-time payments and open banking specialist Split Payments has promoted Chris Jewell to CEO, and hired Matthew Zaina as COO and Graham Hayworth as CFO.
Software instrumentation provider New Relic has appointed Brad Perriott to the role of ANZ senior enterprise sales manager.
MSP software provider Datto has made two regional sales appointments.
International fraud protection service ClearSale has expanded its Australian presence and appointed Ralph Kooi as country manager.
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has awarded $15.14 million in funding to 16 research projects to help address solar PV panel efficiency, overall cost reductions and end-of-life issues.
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VMware has appointed Brad Anderson as its vice president for Australia and New Zealand.
Suncorp has appointed Adam Bennett as its CIO.
Cloud data specialist Snowflake has appointed Chris Rath as regional director.
Macquarie University business school is partnering with analytics provider SAS to offer SAS Certification as part of its online global MBA program.
Fujitsu has launched its first Digital Transformation Centre (DTC) in Australia, with the new facility located at the Macquarie University campus in Sydney.
Fujitsu Australia is collaborating with GE Healthcare, Macquarie University and Macquarie Medical Imaging on a research project to improve brain aneurysm diagnoses.
Macquarie University has chosen office solutions provider Y Soft and integrated solutions and managed services provider Konica Minolta to manage 240 devices across the university, servicing 60,000 students.
Cloud accounting software provider Xero has launched a new solution — Learn — which it says is designed to give future small business leaders, accountants and bookkeepers the financial literacy and accounting skills needed to build better businesses.
Australian technology company Lakeba Group's blockchain division has set up Future Hub, "a one-stop shop for blockchain expertise," according to Lakeba chief growth officer and Future Hub head Darren Younger.
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