Canberra 'fine' with WA rail deal going to Huawei Federal Government agencies have told the Western Australian Government that they are not fazed by the fact that Chinese telecommunications company Huawei Telecommunications is very…
Metro Trains goes to Extremes to power CCTV services California-based networks company Extreme Networks, has secured a deal to deploy switching systems for Metro Trains which operates Melbourne’s metropolitan rail services.
Rounded raises Series A capital SaaS accounting provider Rounded has successfully completed its Series A capital raising.
Swinburne Uni deploys Nutanix to automate student services Swinburne University of Technology in Victoria has deployed its Cloud OS software from global cloud computing provider Nutanix in a move designed to help eliminate…
Yojee parcels up innovation agreement with UPS Australian-listed logistics and supply chain management provider Yojee has forged an Innovation Framework Agreement with the United Parcel Service subsidiary, UPS Asia Group, to facilitate…
The Smart Infrastructure facility, University of Wollongong Global business process management provider Appian has been selected by the University of Wollongong to automate and digitise the application journey for its international students.
TechnologyOne SaaS adopted by Moreton Bay Council Enterprise software company TechnologyOne has secured an eight-year, multi-million dollar deal with Moreton Bay Regional Council to replace a legacy on-premise solution with its full…
NZ’s Medical Assurance Society transforms with Promapp cloud solution New Zealand’s Medical Assurance Society, a membership-based society that provides financial and business advisory services, has started to deploy cloud-based business process management software from…
Shellharbour Civic Centre Shellharbour City Council in New South Wales has gone live with a new technology platform from IT solutions provider Thomas Duryea Logicalis specifically designed for…

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