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The spotlight falls on Fairport, Satsuma, Tru Life Anatomy, Interactive Freight Services, Pacific Teleports, PocketPhrase

FAIRPORT develops and distributes farm planning, production recording, farm management, mapping, and machinery fleet management software. The developer has clients in Australia, NZ, South Africa, UK, US, South America, and South-East Asia. Clients are a range of enterprises including farmers (cropping or livestock), grape growers, horticulturalists, stud and commercial breeders, and more.

SATSUMA specialises in Web development, systems integration, mobility solutions, and business intelligence. The company's clients operate in a variety of vertical sectors, including retail, manufacturing, food and drink, publishing, technology, insurance, and local government.

TRU LIFE ANATOMY software creates three-dimensional models using image data obtained from patient and volunteer CTs and other scans. The software provides clinicians, researchers, and educators with access to the 3D image data within a graphic environment rather than on dedicated CT scanner workstations within radiology providers' facilities.

INTERACTIVE FREIGHT SYSTEMS (IFS) has formed partnerships with software and solutions providers in the logistics and transportation industry to provide integrated solutions. IFS's systems are compliant with all Australian and New Zealand freight carriers and its Web-based products provide parties within the supply chain with a cost-effective solution.

PACIFIC TELEPORTS focuses on satellite communication and broadcast services in the Asia/Pacific Region. Services include Internet backbone connectivity, VSAT data solutions, VoIP gateways, broadcast and streaming, video solutions, equipment hosting, and satellite ground systems and network design.

POCKETPHRASE is software designed to assist people with autism to integrate with society by providing communications and socialisation aids. PocketPhrase is an initiative of SDM, a Microsoft partner. The software will run on any Windows-based device, providing flexibility in choosing a device that is suited to all children's needs.

Len Rust is publisher of The Rust Report


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