Australian IT services company, Pronto Software, has rebranded itself with the objective of presenting a fresh face to the business as it approaches its next phase of growth in the local and gloal marketplace.
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: DealsThe New South Wales Rail Corporation has signed a contract extension with business software products and services provider ComOps, for the deployment of ComOps’ Microster Workforce Management software solution across its Asset Maintenance and Cleaning Services Divisions.
Australian listed software company ComOps has introduced a software as a service (SaaS) version of its workforce management system, Microster, aimed at the SME sector which will cost companies $20 per employee per month to deploy.
The New South Wales Government has thrown its considerable weight and strategic business advice behind a Sydney legal services technology company to help it secure a major investment partner for the next phase of its growth.
The directors of listed Australian software business ComOps have survived an attempted management spill – but the sharemarket wasn’t impressed, sending the share price down 12.5 per cent to close at just 3.5 cents.