Listed-software company, TechnologyOne, has reported strong growth and net profit up 16% to $35.1 million for the full year to the end of September.
The ICT industry is predicted to go through a huge transformation next year, with cloud and mobility the two main themes driving significant change and disruption in the ICT market.
Network solutions vendor, Brocade, has appointed a 20-year industry veteran to head up its Asia Pacific operation from Singapore, responsible for charting the company’s overall growth strategy across the region.
Leveraging data that has previously been out of reach for analytics due to volume, velocity or variety will drive investment in business intelligence (BI) tools in the Australian market over the next five years, according to one analyst firm.
Global security solutions vendor, WatchGuard Technologies, has promoted one of its own Australian senior managers to head up its Asia Pacific regional engineering sales operation.
Strategic human capital management solution vendor, SumTotal Systems, has moved into its newly established Australian and New Zealand regional headquarters in Sydney and appointed a new head of its regional operations.
Business security solutions vendor, WatchGuard Technologies, has been recognised by Gartner in its 2012 Magic Quadrant for Unified Threat Management.
Business security solutions vendor, WatchGuard Technologies, has made two new appointments to its sales and marketing team, further boosting support for the company's regional channel partners and end users in Australia and New Zealand.
Business Intelligence and analytics software will continue to remain front and centre for IT and business agendas in 2012, according to one analyst firm, with an increasing adoption of BI but with the benefits of the technology still elusive for organisations.
Enterprise application software vendor, SAP, has made 'strategic' appointments in its Australian, New Zealand business which it says are aimed at supporting innovation and strengthening its focus on five market categories - applications, analytics, database & technology, mobile and cloud computing.
Worldwide PC shipments are on track to hit 368 million units this year - a weak result for the year according to one analyst firm - but with the market picking up in 2013 when 400 million units are forecast to be shipped. In Australia, PC shipments are forecast to decline two percent in 2012 over 2011, and desktop PCs will drop 12 percent, while notebook shipment growth is forecast at just two percent.
Enterprise software company, TechnologyOne, has secured 30 customers in deals worth more than $16 million, claiming its solutions have replaced Oracle and Microsoft at more than 20 per cent of sites.
Funding, resource and skill constraints are holding back government agencies in the Asia Pacific region from developing sustainable ICT capabilities, according to one leading analyst firm, although it suggests that mature, enterprise-grade cloud services provide a potential solution to the dilemma faced by the agencies.
Software vendor, HighQ, has secured a contract to provide leading Australian law firm, Clayton Utz, with a new extranet and collaboration platform to its clients.
Vendors in the global mobile device market have been warned that to be consistently successful they must shift their focus to designing mobile products or building server infrastructures ready to support mobile users, bundling products with useful, relevant software or services whenever possible, and making products adaptable to the changing and increasing demands of consumers and enterprises.
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