Consulting and IT services provider Oakton Limited (ASX:OKN) has reported a 5.5 per cent decrease in 1H12 profit to $6.9 million, as a result of declines in revenue and margins.
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David Jones Limited (ASX:DJS) has contracted IBM to provide a new multi-channel retail sales platform.
IT services company UXC Limited (ASX:UXC) has acquired New Zealand's Jireh Consulting Services in a cash-and-stock deal.
Onthehouse Holdings (ASX:OTH) has revealed it expects to have met its revenue target of $9.6 million in 1H12.
Online movie rental service Quickflix (ASX:QFX) has arranged to offer its streaming service on Samsung devices, including internet-enabled TVs and Blu-ray players.
Anittel (ASX:AYG) is the fastest-growing technology company in Australia, after growing its revenue by more than 1000 per cent in the last three years, according to Deloitte.
Data centre operator NextDC (ASX:NXT) has announced a project to deploy what will be Asia-Pacific's first Isolated Parallel Bus (IP-Bus) uninterruptible power supply.
Commodities trading software company Triple Point Australia has commenced compulsory acquisition of industrial software and services company QMASTOR (ASX:QML).
Financial management software company IRESS Market Technology (ASX:IRE) has launched a new Wealth Management division in the UK.
A CSIRO GPU supercomputer has been ranked as the second fastest computer running Windows in the world.
A “black cloud” has been lifted from Runge Limited (ASX:RUL) now that the company no longer has a potentially major compensation claim dangling over its head, according to managing director David Meldrum.
Telstra (ASX:TLS) has secured €750 million ($1 billion) in long-term funding with the completion of a Eurobond issue.
Tamper evident technology company MIKOH (ASX:MIK) has revealed it is working on a project to bring internet-based security features to the humble RFID chip.
Fairfax Media (ASX:FXJ) has priced the IPO for New Zealand auction and classified site Trade Me at NZ$2.70 ($2.14) per share.
Shareholders in IT solutions company Data#3 (ASX:DTL) have voted to approve a 10-for-1 share split, scheduled to take place next week.