New Zealand-based, global online accounting software company Xero is shouting from the rooftops about its performance in the Australian market, claiming an ‘explosion’ in customer numbers to 147,000 businesses using its software, up from 109,000 in March.
News broke last month that Microsoft's Windows Phone has increased its market share worldwide but Forbes has gone one step further, suggesting the mobile OS could overtake Apple's iOS in a mere three years.
With the global economy stalled in the doldrums, large enterprises are looking to chief information officers to save them money and provide the technical underpinnings to take them into new markets. Put simply, big business is looking to IT to pull its chestnuts out of the fire.
Can vouch for being a happy Aussie Broadband customer since giving up Telstra and it's very poor customer service.
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