Enterprise application software vendor, SAP, has made 'strategic' appointments in its Australian, New Zealand business which it says are aimed at supporting innovation and strengthening its focus on five market categories - applications, analytics, database & technology, mobile and cloud computing.
Worldwide PC shipments are on track to hit 368 million units this year - a weak result for the year according to one analyst firm - but with the market picking up in 2013 when 400 million units are forecast to be shipped. In Australia, PC shipments are forecast to decline two percent in 2012 over 2011, and desktop PCs will drop 12 percent, while notebook shipment growth is forecast at just two percent.
Enterprise software company, TechnologyOne, has secured 30 customers in deals worth more than $16 million, claiming its solutions have replaced Oracle and Microsoft at more than 20 per cent of sites.
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