Pay TV provider Sky’s launch of Sky Connect B2B gives the company the potential to become a force in the small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) market, according to one analyst firm.
Small businesses have been among the hardest hit by COVID-19 in Australia but new research on the impact on their operations shows SMEs nationwide have adapted swiftly to the challenges by embracing digital commerce.
Unified communications vendor Avaya and Tradewinds Brokerage have signed a master agent agreement aimed at allowing Tradewinds’ specialist channel partners to capitalise on opportunities in the "expanding" communications and collaboration solutions market.
With many SMEs around Australia taking their businesses online or expanding their digital footprint, some may find themselves facing the risk of card payment disputes, chargebacks and fraud for the first time, according to payment provider Mastercard.
The NSW Government’s Department of Customer Service has appointed business-to-business integration solutions provider MessageXchange to provide its e-invoicing solution aimed at streamlining procure-to-pay services.
Business to business telecommunications company, More Telecom, says it is pushing further into the SME market, with the launch of a payment services business.
Advisory firm KPMG Australia and global cyber security company CyberHat have launched a 24/7 monitoring solution - Cybero - designed to scan, detect and react to cyber threats and aimed at helping Australian SMEs control their cyber security.
The COVID-19 pandemic is causing severe disruption to Australian small businesses, with many businesses “doing it tough”, according to Rod Sims, the Chair of the competition regulator the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).
The NSW Cyber Security Innovation Node (NSWCSIN) has launched a “unique” cybersecurity talent development initiative - the Cyber Security Talent Accelerator.
Dedicated NBN voice and data provider to small and medium businesses More Telecom has signed a $20 million two-year contract with Australia's fourth largest telecommunications company Vocus for the supply of NBN products and services.
Australian lending fintech Waddle says it has successfully completed a six-month pilot partnership and trial of its NatWest Rapid Cash platform with The Royal Bank of Scotland Group.
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Accounting software company Xero is partnering with online payments provider Stripe to develop what they say are innovations that help small businesses get paid faster, in more ways, and gain more visibility over their business performance.
New York listed global technology company Shutterstock has launched its new self-serve API subscription plans, targeting the solutions at first-time developers, start-ups, and small and mid-sized businesses.
The Australian Digital Commerce Association and Blockchain Australia have announced plans to merge the two organisations to create what they say will give them a stronger and consistent voice advocating for the blockchain community in Australia.
Australian fintech Waddle has secured $4 million in Series A funding from technology investor, Allectus Capital.
Many Australian small- and medium-sized enterprises believe they are less vulnerable to cyber incidents than their larger competitors, yet the majority of SMEs (60%) have experienced a cyber incident in the last 12 months.
Most Australian businesses are yet to seize the opportunities in some of the world’s fastest growing markets, and often lack the capabilities needed to succeed in these competitive economies, according to a new study released by Asialink Business and Australia’s Commonwealth Bank.
Japanese ICT giant Fujitsu has signed a three-year contract with the Australian Department of Defence to provide desktop-related services for approximately 100,000 defence personnel across more than 450 locations around Australia.
A range of Alibaba technology that had never been seen before in Australia was on display at the Alibaba Group’s flagship eCommerce Expo held in Sydney over two days by the Chinese internet and ecommerce giant.
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