Aussies worth watching: Bryn Systems, Dtecht, InfoTrak, InterDev, Open Networks, and GeoData

Len Rust's look at up-and-coming Australian tech firms

Bryn Systems, Dtecht, InfoTrak, InterDev, Open Networks, and GeoData -- six more Australian companies making a name for themselves.

BRYN SYSTEMS is a software developer and consultancy specialising in EAI and B2B integrated solutions. The company has also created a range of e-business products to meet the integration requirements of the shipping industry where a large number of players are involved in the shipment of goods.

DTECHT has developed a technology that incorporates data mining to control and prevent billing errors and inappropriate claims in the private health industry. The company's product Dtechtive combines analytics with real-time transaction processing and smart response capabilities. Dtecht is now expanding into motor insurance, public health insurance, workers comp, and travel insurance.

INFOTRAK develops condition-monitoring software tools for heavy construction and mining equipment and engines. The company covers software design, programming, testing, implementation at site, and ongoing support. InfoTrak has developed relationships with strategic partners worldwide to distribute its systems.

INTERDEV is a provider of mobility solutions, enterprise integration, and software application development, and its mobility product Xmotion Transporta provides dispatch and event tracking to and from mobile devices in real time. The company has completed complex integration and application development projects in manufacturing, transport, logistics, financial, government, services, retail, and professional services companies.

OPEN NETWORKS designs and manufactures advanced telephony, networking, and connectivity hardware solutions for the residential and SME markets, and has an automated installation and in-service management application known as iConnect. The iConnect suite of software simplifies connection for end-users while driving down support costs and increasing broadband profitability for service providers.

GEODATA software allows GIS users to access the precision of survey and cadastral data then move it to their GIS projects. GeoCadastre, which creates a cadastral network from survey plans and electronic subdivision data, has been accepted by ESRI for release as an extension of its ArcGIS software suite.

Len Rust is publisher of The Rust Report

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