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Wholesale payment technology and software solutions provider Global Payments has appointed experienced retail and business financial services professional Mark Reid as managing director for Australia and New Zealand. 

Published in People Moves

American computer software solutions and services provider for manufacturers PTC has announced the newest addition to its Vuforia augmented reality (AR) enterprise platform - the Vuforia Engine Area Targets offering - which it claims as the first offering in the market to support the creations of immersive AR experiences for spaces up to 300,000 square feet.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

COMPANY NEWS: Forbury, leading commercial real estate valuation platform trusted by A-REIT’s, developers, valuers and agencies has launched Forbury Develop – a software solution for commercial real estate investment professionals who need to confidently analyse life-cycle returns for a build to hold investment scenario.

Telehealth services will continue to boom and flourish well after the COVID-19 pandemic has passed, according to software engineer for medical software solutions company MedicalDirector, Jamie Richter.

Published in Health
Tuesday, 15 November 2016 12:18

MSL expands into UK market with Verteda acquisition

Brisbane-based software solutions company MSL Solutions has acquired UK hospitality software products vendor Verteda.

Published in Deals

Manufacturer of Texturizing and Stabilizing Products to Minimize Waste and Process Variation Using Real-time Quality Control

TechnologyOne has secured a $750,000 contract to supply listed-Australian geothermal energy company, Geodynamics, with a fully integrated suite of software solutions that will be deployed by the company to assist the management of its rapid growth and to achieve its business objectives.

Published in Deals
Australian organisations are invited to respond to an international survey which will identify the trends in software testing and provide what is claimed to be the IT industry's first comprehensive benchmark in this area of software quality.
Published in Security
Thursday, 03 September 2009 09:17

Tassie fire service takes on ComOps

The Tasmanian Fire Service is to deploy a web-based safety and risk management reporting system from business software vendor, ComOps, which will automate its hazard and accident reporting and support the service’s training requirements in occupational health and safety and risk management.

Published in Deals
Tuesday, 01 September 2009 09:55

Sort through the junk with Splunk

Splunk may have a weird sounding name, but don't be fooled. The software has hundreds of thousands of users, each a testament to its ease of use and the time it saves IT administrators, who used to spend many hours troubleshooting.

Melbourne IT services and software development company, Taten, has sealed an agreement with American banking technology provider, Anduin Systems, to take its financial services software platform into the US market.

Monday, 20 July 2009 14:07

ComOps secures ERP, BI contracts

Australian-listed software and IT services company, ComOps, has won a contract to deploy an ERP and BI solution for Australia’s largest engineering plastics group, Dotmar.

Published in Deals
Tom DeMarco is co-author of one of the most timeless and seminal works on creating software, Peopleware: Productive Projects and Teams. Yet, this month DeMarco suggested to the IEEE Computer Society that maybe software engineering has had its day.

Published in The Linux Distillery
A new research tool designed to increase the accuracy for determining the link between a person’s occupation and their risks of getting cancer, has been showcased to an international health research conference in the United States by a Queensland company which developed the software.

Published in Development
Australian-listed IT services group, Objective Corporation has secured a $10 million software and services contract with the Welsh Assembly Government to deliver an enterprise-wide solution over five years.

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

Australian software vendor, Pronto Software, has appointed a new head of its research and development team to spearhead its Australian market expansion as well as a push into international markets with its Pronto-Xi ERP solution.

The absence of upfront license payments is the main driver in open source adoption, along with the lower costs of total ownership, for companies in the European market despite lingering market concerns about the level of software support and the quality of open source software.

Kapersky has patented information security technology in the United States which the company claims will effectively detect and delete malicious software and remove any trace of its effects by running automatically generated scripts.

Published in Security
The Mater Healthcare Group has deployed IBM’s Cognos workforce planning solution in its seven Brisbane hospitals where it employs 7,000 staff and provides healthcare to 500,000 patients a year.

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