Australian ecommerce company UltraServe is looking to boost its coffers by $5 million and accelerate its international growth with the launch of a capital raising.
Australian ecommerce vendor UltraServe has appointed experienced technology executive Paul McClure to the new position of chief revenue officer as part of its plans to accelerate international growth.
Australian ecommerce specialist UltraServe has appointed former IBM and Dimension Data senior manager Vishnu Roy to a newly created role of vice-president operations.
Australian ecommerce vendor UltraServe has expanded into the US market, opening an office in Chicago to meet what it says is demand for its SmartStack-powered SAP Hybris deployment and hosting services.
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Australian cloud and managed services ecommerce company UltraServe has beefed up its management team as it prepares to accelerate its international growth.
Setting up e-commerce platforms can take, weeks, months, or longer. What if you could reduce the deployment time for a fully functional Hyrbis install to 25 minutes?
Australian managed cloud services provider UltraServe claims its international and domestic sales are booming after last year’s launch of SmartStack, its hybris-based Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS).
Just as old-time miners would use a canary to warn them before toxic gases reached dangerous levels, UltraServe can providing its customers with early warning of traffic surges by monitoring social media activity.
Sydney-based managed cloud services company UltraServe has signed up as a managed public cloud provider for Hybris Software – a SAP company – in a partnership which the company says will result in faster growth in both the global and Australian market.
Technology entrepreneur and founder of Internode, Simon Hackett, has forked out $2.2 million of his own money to take a stake as the single biggest shareholder in battery storage developer RedFlow.
Internode founder and Internet entrepreneur Simon Hackett has acquired a substantial stake in Sydney-based hosting company UltraServe which will use the multi-million dollar investment to accelerate its growth in the e-commerce retail market.
We're all familiar with the idea of buying mobile phone service on a prepaid or on pay-as-you-go tariffs. Hosting provider UltraServe has applied the same concept to the provision of cloud computing.
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