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Salmat's SalesForce@Home distributed call centre has proved a winner for the company.

Published in Market
SAP has increased revenue in its Australian and New Zealand business for the first half of this year, with the company saying it has managed to sign major deals with new customers amidst some of the most volatile trading and market conditions it’s ever experienced.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 12 August 2009 10:27

Lawson equips for Asia-Pacific growth push

Lawson Software sees opportunities to grow its business in the Asia Pacific region and has appointed a new head of its equipment service management and rental division to add to his role of director of sales for Australia and New Zealand.

Published in People Moves
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
Tuesday, 11 August 2009 13:15

Objective NZ contract win

Enterprise content management vendor, Objective Corporation, is deploying its ECM solution to support community health services delivery for New Zealand’s Counties Manukau District Health Board.

Published in Deals
Tuesday, 11 August 2009 07:19

Linux geeks, New Zealand beckons

A husband-wife team is in the driver's seat for the 11th Australian national Linux conference which kicks off in Wellington, New Zealand, on January 18 next year.
Published in Open Sauce
Wednesday, 05 August 2009 09:04

WatchGuard acquisition, ANZ sales up

Network security vendor, WatchGuard Technologies, has acquired Canadian email and web security company, BorderWare to strengthen its position in the security market.

Wednesday, 05 August 2009 06:39

Two keynote speakers announced for LCA2010

The 11th Australian national Linux conference is still more than five months away but the pieces are already falling into place with two of three keynote speakers having been finalised.
Wednesday, 29 July 2009 14:34

Avanade Australian execs for new APAC, ANZ roles

Business technology services provider, Avanade, has appointed a new head of its Australian and New Zealand business, with his predecessor taking on a regional Asia Pacific role.

Published in People Moves
Australian retail systems vendor, Retail Directions, has deployed its store management system in the first retail outlet in the UK opened by Elle MacPherson Intimates.

Published in Deals
Web and email security company, Marshal8e6 has launched what it claims is the first customisable hosted email security service in the Asia Pacific in a partnership with Perth SaaS provider, YOURasp.

Published in Security
Cloud computing and virtualisation technologies will influence IT spending in New Zealand over the next few years as businesses look to maintain  and improve their systems and processes under enormous financial pressure due to the economic slowdown.

Published in Market
Friday, 10 July 2009 08:28

Xbox thumbs nose at global financial crisis

With sales up 83 percent and more Xbox 360’s than ever connected to Xbox LIVE it looks as though the GFC is driving people to interactive home entertainment until the financial gloom clears.  And Microsoft is lovin’ it.

Published in Entertainment
Schneider Electric’s APC has extended its partnership with IT distributor, Ingram Micro, who will now distribute APC’s range of data centre solutions to its reseller partners.

Published in Strategy
Australian-listed health information technology vendor, iSOFT has claimed a company milestone with the completion of more than 30 installations of its web-based patient administration system, webPAS, in Australia and New Zealand this year.

Published in Deals
Tuesday, 07 July 2009 14:04

Compuware's new man for OZ, NZ and Japan

Compuware has appointed of senior industry executive to drive its business strategies across the Australian, New Zealand and Japanese markets with the objective of growing its “leadership position” in each market.

Published in People Moves
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
Monday, 06 July 2009 16:28

Alphawest joins VMware cloud beta program

Optus subsidiary, Australia ICT services vendor Alphawest, has joined the VMware vCloud beta program to deliver cloud-based infrastructure solutions to Australian customers.

Published in Market
Higher than normal disaster recovery testing failure rates and soaring downtime costs have hit businesses as they work to meet more stringent IT service level requirements and to mitigate risks to their businesses.

Published in Market
Universities in Adelaide and Perth have gone live with the deployment of Technology One’s new generation student management solution.




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