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Enterprise software provider Knosys Limited will list on the ASX tomorrow.
Dark fibre infrastructure provider Superloop has released its first results to the ASX after listing earlier this year.
MYOB (ASX: MYO) has reported revenue of $161 million for the six months to June 2015.
Vocus Communications (ASX: VOC) has reported revenues of $149.8 million, boosted by acquisitions of FX Networks in New Zealand and Enterprise Data Corporation (EDC) data centres in Australia.
The ASX has reported technical services revenue of $57.3 million for the financial year ended 30 June 2015.
In this final part of Computerworld's series on technological innovations shaping Australian farming, the founding director of Efficient Farming sheds light on how the concept of building an online community for the farming community was born.
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