SAP reports steady Q3 profits as it continues transitioning its business to the cloud.
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NBN Co has gone "wall to wall" with Oracle for its internal IT requirements, but there's hot competition for the larger, more lucrative operational and business support systems (OSS/BSS).
Woolworths has implemented its custom in-store inventory management system AutoStockR in the supply chain systems of its Big W and Dick Smith franchises.
Australia Post's outgoing managing director Graeme John has announced the national postal service's plan to invest $700 million over three years in new IT systems.
Half of Avaya's 160 Australian staff have voluntarily accepted a week's unpaid leave to be spread over the coming year, according to recently appointed managing director Rob Wells.
eBay, Cisco, SAP and Oracle are amongst a number of technology companies that have paid former politicians and others to try to influence the Queensland Government, the state's new lobbyist register revealed this week.
The chief information officer of Healthscope tells us why, despite a stakeholder bent for an SAP or Oracle supply chain and financial system, the Australian healthcare giant opted for Queensland-based vendor Technology One instead.
Coca-Cola Amatil's $65 million SAP project was on track, the company maintained this week, despite the impending departure of project director and former Accenture partner Bryce Thompson.
The New South Wales State Government has no plans to consolidate its existing shared services agency BusinessLink with the new division, ServiceFirst, which the Government quietly set up over the past few months to provide similar services to different agencies.
The Australian Nuclear and Science Technology Organisation (ANSTO) plans to upgrade SAP systems that currently support its management of radioactive materials and nuclear research projects.