Decrease could be sign of a more subdued economy
Stories by Mark Broatch
Synchromesh allows flexibility needed in pilot
Talks with other organisations continuing
Solution to be distributed free
Key issue is source code development
A conversation on a plane results in Alberon.com.
Auckland-based Prism Software is developing an extension to its WIN distribution and job manufacturing products that will manage the storage, distribution and replenishment of printed matter for printing industry customers.
New Zealand companies wanting to conduct electronic business overseas could end up paying royalties to a U.S. inventor.
Virginia-based Ed Pool, with Doug Mauer, has applied for a patent in New Zealand and about 30 other countries, covering international computer-to-computer trade.
The Internet is now the major medium for recruiting in Australia.
Share brokers, travel agents and music vendors are ready for the arrival of online trade, but there will be no overnight revolution, they say.
Blackham says market attracted interest
Building or transferring a business online is about more than getting stock levels right and technical systems glitch-free. Establishing your brand is more important than ever.