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Pak Inventory

Pak inventory is complete point of sale retail software. It is a POS system that can provide invoicing, inventory control, sales and...

January 25, 2015 By Pak Inventory

Are Microsoft's free Office Web Apps good enough for you?

When you think of Microsoft Office, you probably think of retail software that commands a premium price. Surprise! The latest iteration of the Office Web Apps are free and surprisingly powerful. How do they stack up against Google's offerings?

February 28, 2013 by


mTouchPos is a powerful point-of-sale system optimized for bars, clubs, restaurants and other small business in the food and hospital...

January 20, 2015 By MTPos

MYOB embraces Windows 8

The accounting and retail software vendor has plans for a wide deployment of Windows 8 across the company, according to MYOB CTO Simon Raik-Allen.

October 28, 2012 by

Plexis POS (Point of Sale)

POS and inventory control for your business can now be installed in one easy step. Plexis Point of Sale can be used for retail stores,...

January 7, 2015 By Plexis POS

Tata Consultancy Q2 profit up 52 percent

India’s largest software services provider beats market forecasts with a net profit of US$652 million, on the back of broad-based growth driven by manufacturing, retail, telecom, banking and financial services.

October 21, 2012 by

Kill the Australia tax: commission

The Productivity Commission has put companies like Adobe and Apple on notice in a recent report on the future of the Australian retail sector, warning international companies that over-charge Aussies for software and other digitally distributed content that they are being monitored.

August 4, 2011 by

IBM halves Woolworths maintenance calls

Woolworths has dramatically improved the efficiency of handling maintenance issues across its Australian retail operations with an upgrade to its IBM Maximo Asset Management software.

July 27, 2011

You Want Fries with that iPad?

Revel Systems has developed new a Point-of-Sale (POS) system for restaurant and retail businesses that combine Apple's iPad with Software as a Service (SAAS)

September 30, 2010 by

SAP user group creates CIO council

The SAP Australian User Group has created a chief information officer council with an initial steering committee from the retail and energy sectors to provide a collective voice for IT chiefs in communicating with the German software giant.

March 8, 2010 by

Hands on: 32GB Zune HD walk around and first impressions

The Zune HD is now available online and in retail locations throughout the US. I received the platinum one from Amazon before I saw the Zune Original with FC Sounders etching that I ordered yesterday. I will be sending back this silver model and taking a deeper look at my blue Zune Original next week if it ships as planned. I've now spent several hours with the Zune HD and took several photos of the device and software that you can check out in my image gallery, along with a video walk around the device. There will be a couple of follow-up articles looking at the web browser and apps as well. Check out some of my initial thoughts to see if I am pleased with my $300 purchase and if the Zune HD is something you might want to consider.

September 15, 2009 by

Does free antivirus offer a false feeling of security?

Earlier this month, Symantec's product manager David Hall dismissed free security software as equal alternative to the paid versions, and also described  Microsoft's free "Microsoft Security Essentials" as "a stripped down version of the OneCare product Microsoft pulled from retail shelves".

July 13, 2009 by

HandMarket Apps Windows Mobile application store in beta testing

Apple kicked off the trend of on-device user friendly software stores with the App Store, but now just about every other mobile operating has one too (read our discussion on how they compare). Microsoft is the last one to the party with their upcoming Marketplace for Mobile, but we still have yet to hear of any release date for this service/application. Handmark is a developer and online retail location where other developers distribute their applications and they have taken Windows Mobile into their own hands (much like HTC does with the OS) and they are now beta testing Handmarket Apps with a planned launch date sometime in July.

July 13, 2009 by

Fujitsu America CEO makes mid-market enterprise bet

Fujitsu America will kick off April 1 as an integrated IT systems player with a game plan to target mid-market enterprise customers and large corporations in industries such as retail, financial services, government, manufacturing and health care.Last September, Fujitsu announced plans that it would create Fujitsu North America  Holdings to aggregate its consulting, systems and transactions units together into an IT services, software and hardware company.

March 29, 2009 by

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