ARN is proud to announce the finalists for the 2017 ARN ICT Industry Awards, with a host of established and emerging partners dominating the agenda.
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Partners from Western Australia turned out in force for the opening event of Synnex Alliance 2017 in Perth, with a host of vendors showcasing new solutions and products to help the channel deliver on the promise of digital transformation.
With an economy trailing a nation, how can the channel avoid market struggles in Western Australia?
Findings set to uncover end-user buying behaviour, partner priorities and vendor alignment
With competition strong and nominations set to close on 6 July, the value of submitting a compelling submission heightens.
From the height of popularity to plummeting share prices, a trip down memory lane highlights the ever changing nature of the ICT industry.
Nominations for the 2017 ARN ICT Industry Awards have been extended, with submissions now closing at midnight, Thursday 6 July.
Research examining the state of the IT channel across A/NZ is now underway, with findings set to be unveiled at EDGE 2017.
Flagship destination channel conference brings together 250 leaders from partners, vendors and distributors.
Nominations are now open for the 2017 ARN ICT Industry Awards, alongside the unveiling of a new start-up category.
Non-traditional vendors and partners have established a beachhead in the market, threatening the status quo of the ecosystem.
The channel came together in Sydney for the final leg of the five-city Ingram Micro Experience 2017 tour of Australia. Photos by Maria Stefina.
Distributor remains under Datatec ownership regionally with Americas business acquired.
Following on from its inaugural launch in 2016, the 2017 ARN Emerging Leaders Forum identified, educated and showcased the upcoming talent of the Australian ICT industry. Hosted as a half day event in Sydney, attendees heard from industry champions as keynote speakers, listened to panellists outline future opportunities and leadership paths and joined mentoring sessions from members of the ICT Industry Hall of Fame. The forum also included four awards across vendor, distributor, partner and start-up. Photos by Maria Stefina.
Following a hectic start to 2017, the changing job scene in Australia has showed no sign of slowing down, with a host of appointments, departures and reshuffles across vendor, distributor and reseller businesses. As a result, here’s a refreshed run down of who is working where in the channel.
European contender in the mix as channel speculation continues.
Following another bumper round of financials, the Australian-born distributor is at a crossroads.
Working with a Michigan foundry, Autodesk used its Netfabb 3D design software to create a 3D printed mold to make a magnesium airline seat frame that could save an airline more than $200 million in fuel costs.
An Israeli start-up is now shipping to beta customers a 3D printer that can produce multi-layer circuit board prototypes, drastically cutting development time and ensuring that intellectual property remains in-house.
Impossible Objects is developing a 3D printer that can use composite materials to challenge traditional manufacturing methods to create parts for industries such as automotive and aerospace.
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