Twice lucky for WEB 21
Australian Web developers WEB Twentyone.Com has won the "Best Web Site Award" at the NEA Awards in Munich, Germany - for the second year running.
Web-cast across Europe on MTV, the developers took the award for their continuing work on the www.billabong.com Web site.
The Web site was developed with Macromedia Flash and Cold Fusion technology, and managed using WEB Twentyone's proprietary content management system, iPublisher, allowing the surf company to maintain 99 per cent of the site's content in-house.
AIIA seek developers
The Australian Internet Industry Association is looking for more software developers to join the 50-plus companies exhibiting at this year's AIIA Software Showcase.
With under a month to go before the event, AIIA is calling for more submissions from companies wanting to attract the attention of buyers, partners and investors.
Key applications to be demonstrated at this year's showcase include knowledge management software, business intelligence software and security software.
The event will be held September 5 at Sydney's Darling Harbour. www.aiia.com.au/showcase.
Fresh, green US dollars
Educational software developer Ron Green Multimedia has scored a lucrative deal with CCV Software, one of the largest education software resellers in the US.
The distribution deal allows Adelaide-based Ron Green Multimedia and Training (RGMT) to land its Web-based and multimedia education tools, dubbed Platypus, square into the US market.
CCV Software is the third-largest education software reseller in the US, with access to 150,000 schools. It could potentially provide RGMT with ten times its current revenue in one hit.