Five industry certified bootcamp programs and five nationally accredited courses introduced at AIICT
COMPANY NEWS: The Australian Institute of ICT (AIICT) has introduced a new series of industry certified bootcamp programs and nationally-recognised qualifications to meet the surging demand for skilled ICT professionals in Australia.
Former APAC DocuSign executive Brad Newton has joined data management vendor Cohesity as managing director for Australia and New Zealand.
Optus is working to head off skills shortages by forming Optus U in conjunction with universities, TAFEs and other organisations.
Information management specialist M-Files has appointed Kevin Leong as its channel account manager for Australia and New Zealand.
Cloud-based solutions for higher education provider Ex Libris has announced that Lincoln University is the first institution of higher education in New Zealand to go live with its Leganto course resource list solution, which serves lecturers, librarians, and students at the university and provides the institution with a digital repository for course materials.
Trades and services job management software provider Fergus has appointed Chris Stevens to the role of chief technology and product officer.
Monash University and health and medical technology vendor Siemens Healthineers offering an Introduction to Digital Health course.
Real-time payments and open banking specialist Split Payments has promoted Chris Jewell to CEO, and hired Matthew Zaina as COO and Graham Hayworth as CFO.
Freelance work marketplace Fiverr's new Subscriptions feature provides a mechanism to support ongoing relationships between freelancers and their clients.
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