Thursday, December 1, 2022

Tech firm Zoho celebrates milestone investments, R&D and expansion

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Zoho Corporation, a tech firm, achieved a rate of 38% YoY growth and surpassing the 80 million user mark. In addition to ongoing expansion, the firm continues to grow its product portfolio and make investments in automotive, robotics, and health care technologies.

SolarWinds announces IT Pro Day 2022 Award winners, survey findings

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SolarWinds, a provider of simple, powerful, and secure IT management software, unveils the results of its new survey examining the state of the technology job market amid industry-wide labour shortages and hiring challenges. Released to coincide with the eighth-annual IT Pro Day holiday, the survey found despite a potential economic downturn, over two-thirds of tech and IT professionals surveyed said they’re completely confident in their career choices.

Schlumberger changes name to SLB, moves to drive the future of energy

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Schlumberger announced its new name—SLB—underscoring the company’s vision for a decarbonized energy future and affirming its transformation from the world’s largest oilfield services company to a tech firm focused on driving energy innovation for a balanced planet. Beginning today, the legacy Schlumberger brand and nearly all of its affiliated brands will become one under the new SLB brand, which introduces a refreshed visual identity, including a new logo for the company—a symbol of where it is today and where it is heading.

Rimini Street named a Great Place to Work across Japan and EMEA market

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Rimini Street, Inc. (Nasdaq: RMNI), a global provider of enterprise software products and services, the third-party support provider for Oracle and SAP software products, and a Salesforce partner, announced the Company has added additional Great Place to Work® certifications in Japan and throughout EMEA, including France, Israel and the United Kingdom.
Packform wins two Stevie Awards for Most Innovative Startup of the year

Packform wins two Stevie Awards for Most Innovative Startup of the Year

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An award for innovation should come as no surprise as innovation itself forms the bedrock of the Packform solution.

Sintavia elected to represent AM supply chain for aerospace & defense

Sintavia, LLC, an additive manufacturer of advanced propulsion and thermodynamic systems for the Aerospace, Defense, & Space industry, announced that it had been chosen to represent the AM supply chain in the launch of a major White House initiative called “AM Forward”. The initiative, unveiled on May 6th by President Biden in Cincinnati, is a voluntary compact between large, iconic manufacturers and their smaller U.S.-based suppliers.

Fast-growing fintech Scalapay funds new UOW engineering scholarship

Local entrepreneurs call it Siligong Valley – and they are definitely onto something. With its high-speed communications, world-class university and close proximity to Sydney, Wollongong is the ideal location for businesses looking for access to highly-skilled staff. 

Aussie building firm turns to 3D printing to cut production costs

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Boss Products, one of Australia’s oldest family-owned building products manufacturers has transitioned from its traditional manufacturing processes to the launch of the country’s first 3D printing factory in the building and construction industry. The Boss Products 3D printing factory is located in Melbourne and produces products for the industry across the commercial and domestic sectors. It is one of the biggest suppliers of planter boxes and retaining walls.

Finance expert Ulrika Lobo named Women in Finance Awards finalist

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The Women in Finance Awards 2022 shines a light on every highly skilled and talented woman propelling the finance industry forward. Considered the pinnacle of innovation and excellence, the program was created to highlight the impressive achievements of top leading women in the sector, recognising them for their remarkable contribution and expertise. 

Sydney’s Quay Quarter Tower wins prestigious international design award

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Sydney’s Quay Quarter Tower (QQT) has been awarded the prestigious International High-Rise Award (IHA) in Frankfurt, Germany from a field of 34 projects representing 13 countries. The award, initiated in 2003 by the City of Frankfurt, Deutsches Architekturmuseum and DekaBank and awarded every two years, recognises development excellence in aesthetics, design, integration into its urban context, sustainability, cost-effectiveness and innovative technology. A €50,000 prize for the developer to donate to a charitable cause was awarded.