An augmented reality system designed to eliminate the chances of workers being electrocuted by industrial machinery has won the UNSW Sydney’s Maker Games.
Australian franchised parcel delivery service CouriersPlease (CP) has launched a new self-serve, low cost returns portal - named Boomerang - which it says will enable e-tailers of all sizes to focus their resources on selling their products instead of allocating costly resources to handle the challenge of reverse logistics.
New Zealand and Australian listed IT solutions company Serko has sealed an agreement to provide its next generation Zeno technology for travel and expense management to US-based Southwest Airlines.
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Chinese tech behemoth Alibaba Group pulled in revenue of RMB114,924 million (US$16,741 million) - an increase of 42% year-over-year – for the June quarter and expanded its user base to 674 million annual active consumers.
Telecommunications industry regulation veteran Fay Holthuyzen has taken out the top award as the Australian Communications Ambassador 2019 at the 13th Annual Communications Alliance ACOMM Awards in Sydney.
Cloud and support services consultancy Taysols is partnering with the NSW Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) to deliver greater insights and reporting around the services to children, that the department supports, by improving the technology that delivers the insights to caseworkers and other important carers – delivering improved outcomes for the children.
Management consulting and professional services firm Accenture is set to acquire Analytics8, a privately held Australian big data and analytics consultancy that specialises in data management, reporting and visualisation, data science and analytics services.
Optus has switched on a new tower in the Townsville suburb of Black River in North Queensland, the 50th tower to go live in the region as part of the black spot alleviation program.
The entry of smaller Retail Service Providers in the NBN wholesale market has put a slight dent in Telstra’s dominance of the market, with the big telco retaining its dominant position despite the RSPs increasing their collective share from 6.8% to 7.1%.
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