Telstra (ASX:TLS) has announced that more than one million broadband customers have been connected to its network across Australia.

Monday, 18 October 2004 14:32

Objective soars with 51% growth

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Enterprise content mangement software vendor, Objective Corporation (ASX:OCL), has been included in BRW magazine's fastest 100 growing companies for the third time.

IT services provider, Alphawest Ltd (ASX: ALW) has renewed a five year services contract with the Retirement Benefits Fund Board of Tasmania (RBF). The agreement covers the provision of a broad range of services by Alphawest, including contract management, procurement, system support, help desk, software development, project management, system integration and consulting.

Monday, 18 October 2004 12:55

South East Water outsources to Infosys

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ImageAs predicted right here three months ago, Victorian water retailer, South East Water (SEW), has taken a divergent path from its fellow Victorian water authorities by opting to develop from scratch a new field services management system using offshore outsourcer, Infosys.

Australian software certification body, Software Engineering Australia (SEA), has formed a think tank to stimulate development of the Australian software industry.

Monday, 18 October 2004 09:53

ACS calls for mandatory membership

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The Australian Computer Society (ACS) has called for mandatory adoption of software quality assurance methodologies such as CMMI and compulsory membership of a professional association for software developers who wish to win Government business.

ImageAs I was wandering through the aisles of the Intelligent Home Show (IHS) in Melbourne last week, I found myself becoming overwhelmed by a strange, depressing feeling.

High availability applications hosting specialist Hostworks (ASX:HWG), has once again made the BRW top 100 fastest-growing companies in Australia after recording double digit revenue growth and solid earnings.

Telco ICT job advertisement numbers have spiked dramatically in the week since the federal elections finished, according to a weekly jobs survey.

Multiemedia (ASX:MUL) has taken the highly unusual step of making financial forecasts for the two years to June 2005 and June 2006, making heady predictions of abundant profits. According to Multiemedia's CEO, Adrian Ballintine, the company's broadband satellite division, NewSat, is now living up to initial expectations, with a growing number of contracts in Australia, the Middle East and North Africa.

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