Stories by Helen Han

  • Unisys West opens for business

    Unisys' joint venture company with Perth-based BankWest, Unisys West, opened for business yesterday, appointing general manager Doug Cox to lead the company's national direction.

  • TechOne profit surges to $A8.8 million

    Technology One has recorded 58 per cent profit growth for the financial year ending June 30, 2000, attributing the latest financial results to a consolidated business strategy of software and services provision.

  • New hospital ExChange launched

    e-commerce solution provider Pacific Commerce intends to create a paperless supply chain management system for regional hospitals through its newly launched vertical trading hub, Pacific Health ExChange.

  • Telstra bundles SMEs online

    Telstra has launched a bundled e-marketing package for regional small businesses, offering them basic e-business capability and access to a franchise and IT network.

  • DEEPSky lands $15 million deal

    Australian-based DEEP Sky Software is poised to hit European markets with a new Oracle-based stock and merchandising management system, which it will resell offshore under a $15 million deal signed with UK partner Torex Retail.

  • Hospital trading exchange the hub of health

    E-commerce solution provider Pacific Commerce will attempt to create a paperless supply chain management system for regional hospitals through its newly launched vertical trading hub, Pacific Health ExChange.

  • ThoughtWeb trumpets 'intelligent' KM solution

    Local knowledge management (KM) software startup ThoughtWeb will hit the corporate sector with its "intelligent agent technology" later this year, following a $1.8 million round of capital-raising from personal investors.

  • Tivoli ramps up IBM mega-solution for 2000 Games

    IBM's information systems management subsidiary, Tivoli Systems, is betting the Sydney 2000 Games' e-business infrastructure is in safe hands, claiming it will execute the Games' IT plan well before the September 15 deadline.

  • DEEPSky lands $15 million UK reseller deal

    DEEPSky Software is poised to hit European markets with a new Oracle-based stock and merchandising management system, which it will resell offshore under a $A15 million deal signed with UK partner Torex Retail.