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A who's who of Aussie ICT

A who's who of Aussie ICT

Acumine, eWise, Infoplex, Fenwick Software, Comps, and Integrate Systems come under the spotlight

ACUMINE products have been developed to operate in the areas of safety, productivity, sensing, and automation. Products include a haul truck monitor and guidance system, a high integrity collision avoidance system, fleet monitoring systems, and a variety of sensors for harsh mining environments.

eWISE has expanded from its original platform of account aggregation solutions to a comprehensive solution portfolio that addresses the growth and importance of online security and payments for online service providers and their customers. eWise has offices in the UK, Australia, and the US and its technology has been implemented by leading online service providers around the world.

INFOPLEX is a technology services provider that provides data storage and management technology. The company's Unified Storage Vault is a suite of services designed to provide storage on demand, storage replication, and backup and recovery capabilities. When combined with Infoplex's Utility Hosting Environment it delivers a fully-managed disaster recovery solution.

FENWICK SOFTWARE provides IT solutions and advice to mid-sized businesses operating in the manufacturing, distribution, and services industries. Fenwick is able to provide total solutions covering business and workflow analysis, project planning, software construction, implementation training, and support. Clients include Cardinal Health, Griffith Hack, Fiddes Enterprise Sportswear, The Smart Shop, and Intrepid

COMPS provides a range of nanofabrication, process-related, and photonic characterisation equipment suitable for the post-fabrication testing of advanced photonic devices. The group has established academic and industrial research co-operation links with leading nanotechnology institutions in South Korea, Russia, Sweden, China, and the US.

INTEGRATE SYSTEMS develops and commercialises spatial business software. The company's Indji product dynamically evaluates real-time hazard information to generate automatic warnings when assets are under threat. Warnings can be delivered via instant messaging, e-mail, SMS, telephone, fax, or data feeds into asset management systems.

Len Rust is publisher of The Rust Report.


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