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Tribalytic trawls Twitter in search of business value

Businesses will be able to better understand the value of Twitter, with the launch of the research tool Tribalytic this month

Shebeen to get artists to pin up their doodles for charity

Drinkers will soon be able to be called philanthropists, with non-profit bar Shebeen opening in Melbourne next year.

itakeaway iPhone app makes ordering easy

Hungry Australians can now order takeaway at the touch of a button, with the release of the itakeaway iPhone app

Telstra helps businesses manage M2M services

Australian SMBs can more easily manage wireless machine-to-machine services, with Telstra launching its Wireless M2M Control Centre

Businesses not doing enough to keep staff

Australian businesses are driving staff away because they do not have the right support mechanisms in place, according to a new survey

Only 5% Australians satisfied with customer service online

Australian consumers are not getting the online service they expect from businesses, according to a new survey.

Dell launches new series of LED and colour laser printers

Australia’s SMBs can now invest in a printer that will save them energy and space, with Dell launching its new range of LED and laser colour printers today

Australian company MiMedia launches miRoamer Blackberry app

Australians can now download radio stations from across the globe, with MiMedia launching its streaming technology miRoamer this month

NAWIC announces winners of women’s construction awards

Queensland’s construction industry recognised the contribution of its female members last night, announcing the winners of its NAWIC Qld Crystal Vision Awards

Dynamic Business Credit and Debt Survey results revealed

The majority of Australia’s SMBs are still suffering from the effects of the GFC, with client payments taking longer to be received, according to a new survey.

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