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Integration and Services: News
Web developer Uniqueworld has partnered with services and e-commerce company Smartbuy in an alliance to integrate retailers purchase cycles with online operations.
Several former Solution 6 staff have formed a wholesale application service provider (ASP) business which offers resellers, integrators and other service providers the opportunity to resell software sold over the ASP model without having to build any of the infrastructure.
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Consulting giant PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has launched a set of tailored ASP solutions for the Australian mid-market, leasing business applications such as CRM, supply chain, financials, human resources and e-business software.
Less than a year after its ambitious launch, Dell Marketplace, the cutting-edge business-to-business e-commerce site from Dell Computer, has been shut down, according to Ken Bissell, a spokesman for the Texas-based PC maker.
Barry Scott, chief executive officer of Cyberlynx, has predicted the horizontal B2B exchange will be cashflow positive by the end of 2001.
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Sydney-based online payment developer CommSecure has been appointed by investment firm HSBC Asia-Pacific in Hong Kong to redesign and implement a new personal banking site.
OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards) on Wednesday formed a technical committee to develop a specification for XML message interfaces that will support the coordination and processing of Web services from different organisations.
Yahoo! Australia and New Zealand will today launch Broadcast Services, a set of audio and visual Internet streaming services, offering a local version of what has been a flourishing operation in the United States for several years.
Techpacific.com has purchased Pacific Century Cyberworks' 30 per cent share in Australian digital services company Spike Cyberworks and has forked out an additional $10 million to take a controlling interest (51 per cent) in the company.
Bruce Linn has resigned from his role as a director and CEO of Camtech following the recent completion of the payment gateway vendor's acquisition by listed electronic transfer hardware group Keycorp.
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Listed IT integrator Data#3 has secured a $3 million desktop licensing contract with Chubb Security, luring the security firm away from its incumbent supplier with a new licensing e-commerce site.
Primus begs ACCC, Isec woos Hostworks, Ariba turns corner
In an effort to further reduce its cash-burn rates, Internet conglomerate ehyou.com has made around one third of its staff (approximately 20 people) redundant.
Vignette, a supplier of electronic-business applications, has cut about 450 jobs, or 15 per cent of its work force, to reduce operation costs.
Telstra has signed on as the first reseller in Australia/New Zealand of Lotus Development's 'Everyplace' messaging product, offering a WAP-based service that allows users to access their company's domino servers via WAP-enabled handheld devices.
Cable & Wireless Optus and WebCentral have signed a supplier agreement through which the carrier will rebrand WebCentral's NT hosting services for sale to SME and corporate customers.
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