Working with the likes of John Holland, Transurban, Mirvac, and Boral, Versent has now grown to almost 300 staff in offices across Australia and in Singapore.
When you operate a fleet of PCs in your SMB, you incur an expense much greater than the cost of the computers themselves.
The son of Mexican immigrants to California, Bismarck Lepe had to overcome some long-held biases when a consultant suggested his startup, Wizeline, build a development hub in the Mexican city of Guadalajara.
Just 32 percent of Australian businesses have an organisational-wide digital strategy in place, report finds
Though the growth of corporates opening their own innovation labs and/or flocking to platforms like Coventured to more easily connect with startups often makes it seem that more and more organisations are getting wise to the threat of disruption, a report has found almost 50 percent of Australian businesses believe either their industry or products… Read more »
Before launching IT operations management platform PagerDuty in 2009, Alex Solomon had earned his street cred as a software engineer for Amazon.
Scott Morrison warned today that the tech sector must do more to explain the benefits of leveraging technology to wider Australia.
RMIT launches Blockchain Innovation Hub to investigate blockchain regulation and social implications
RMIT has launched the RMIT Blockchain Innovation Hub, a research centre that will work to understand the social science of blockchain, and develop policies.
The Federal Government has introduced reforms around its IT procurement processes to open up project opportunities to startups.
IT software company PrimeQ has announced plans to build a new ‘cloud campus’ in South Australia, comprising an Innovation Centre and Technology Support Hub, which it expects will create 72 new jobs in the state over the next three years.
Josh Foreman saw through his work in a previous business the direct impact that bad debt has on SMBs, and came up with InDebted.
“I have a very good eye for detail on ways to improve things without wasting time or money, so I turned it into a business.”
“I’m a problem solver at heart, and sometimes that makes you a less than desirable employee.” She never got fired, Carmen Roberts clarified with a laugh, but acknowledging that fact led to the decision not to go back to working for someone else after having her youngest child. Instead, she looked at what she was… Read more »
The Tasmanian Government has announced it will provide $1.36 million to assist IT solutions company DXC Technology in expanding its presence in Hobart.
Startup Job Toolbox provides job seekers with an educational workshop covering the ins and outs of navigating the job application process.