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Anvil Mining – Getting the most out of Africa

With operations in remote areas of Africa that have an unreliable IT infrastructure and comparatively low education levels, Anvil Mining needed a business software system that was robust, flexible and simple to use.

Gasweld Tool Centre – Drawing on the right tools to secure a powerful industry position

Australia’s largest specialist gas, welding and tools supplier and retailer, Gasweld Tool Centre, needed a solution that would streamline its operational processes, cut down on the highly intensive manual time that was grinding down resources, while empowering staff with the right tools and information to be more efficient and productive, and foster profitable business expansion … Read moreGasweld Tool Centre – Drawing on the right tools to secure a powerful industry position

Parksite – Building for the future

After two acquisitions and a period of strong growth, Parksite found itself operating three separate computer systems – a situation that clearly couldn’t continue.

RSEA – Achieving safety in numbers

RSEA had rapidly outgrown its software systems but any alternative needed to be up and running quickly, easy to use and able to be managed by its one-person IT department.

Salon First (Pronto Xi)

As it grew, Salon First added different business management and IT solutions into the mix, only to find after a few years that each one had shortcomings and none were working together.