From the bright lights of the exhibitor booths to the new product announcements coming a mile a minute in the keynotes, there’s a lot for attendees to digest at a big international tech conference.
MYOB has launched Advanced People, a new cloud payroll solution designed to help mid-market businesses manage their payments.
Looking to solve provide users a chance to collect and spend loyalty points across a broad spectrum of merchants and sectors is startup Loyalty App.
Jack Delosa and Peter Bradd last December launched The Beanstalk Factory, an organisation that works hands on with companies to help them create and implement corporate innovation programs to boost their internal capabilities.
Melbourne community space Level 3 launches B2B pitch nights to help startups secure enterprise customers
From the way the startup landscape is often portrayed in the media, what startups covet above all else is funding. That may be true for some, but any investor will likely tell you that the smarter ones are after customers. Customers, however, can often be harder to come by than investors. Melbourne company Versent, which… Read more »
Dropbox announces its new Enterprise product with frictionless scalability for IT departments and data-driven insights
There were several announcements made at Dropbox Open this week regarding how growing companies can utilise the platform even further. One of those announcements was the introduction of Dropbox Enterprise, a new product that has been designed to meet the requirements of the world’s largest businesses.
As a business Versent is all about bringing craftsmanship back to technology for the enterprise space. The company has just launched its new initiative, Level 3, to help it do that.
Large companies like Telstra in Australia have begun to realise the importance an API plays in the growth of the local technology ecosystem. In fact, in January 2014, Telstra appointed Frank Arrigo as the company’s API Evangelist, guiding the software group in developing its overall API strategy.
Unsaid is the enterprise app for employees to anonymously discuss what they really think about the company
At a time when Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are pushing people to put forth their most polished, digital selves, a new class of mobile applications is more interested in uncensored honesty. The latest enter a new class of anonymous social applications is Unsaid, owned by 25fifteen, an Australian company that builds, collaborates with and invests in startups.
Launched in August, Maestrano is an enterprise app store providing a suite of hosted web applications to startups and SMEs. Whether you need a CRM system, an ERP, project management tools, accounting systems or bug trackers, Maestrano is here to accommodate.