German integration software provider Software AG and James Cook University have teamed up to offer a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) with a major in Electronic Systems and Internet of Things Engineering course curriculum, using the company's Cumulocity IoT platform and industrial expertise.
German integration software provider Software AG has turned 50 today, the largest operation of its kind globally after beginning life as a start-up in 1969, well ahead of much better-known companies such as Apple and Microsoft. The company is also the world's biggest IoT platform provider.
German digital business platform provider Software AG has appointed 25-year veteran Stuart Rees as its vice-president in Australia and New Zealand, with a view to boosting its business in the region.
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