Aussies worth watching: Assetic, MatrixGroup, Message Stick Communications, Revolution IT, SpeedScan, and Whispir

Assetic, MatrixGroup, Message Stick Communications, Revolution IT, SpeedScan, and Whispir - six more Australian companies making a name for themselves

ASSETIC provides asset management systems and support. Recent legislative requirements and state-based asset management programs like STEP and TAMI have meant that organisations need systems and tools to manage data and information, while international financial reporting standards have put pressures on finance managers and engineers to demonstrate real consumption-based depreciation.

MATRIXGROUP provides a highly-automated, integrated resource and commodity handling environment. Bulkmetrix, the company's flagship system, provides a comprehensive resource-planning solution, integrating plant and core operation processes with the enterprise.

MESSAGE STICK COMMUNICATIONS is an Aboriginal national telecommunications service provider that provides a variety of professional telephony call services, mobile, broadband and Internet and Specific project services. The company is majority owned and managed by indigenous Australians.

REVOLUTION IT specialises in delivering testing resources and solutions, and works with clients on implementation methodologies, training on the latest techniques and tools, through to testing new technologies and pioneering solutions. Clients include AGL, ANZ, AXA, Bendigo Bank, Dimension Data, Hewlett-Packard, LogicaCMG, and Toyota.

SPEEDSCAN'S document-hosting and integration technologies, combined with a world class data centre infrastructure, enables organisations to store and present electronic documents and scanned images from existing core business applications. SpeedScan's solutions are offered from offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Auckland, Wellington, and Manila, and are used across a range of industries, including financial services, manufacturing, and distribution.

WHISPIR provides systems that structure, automate, record, and manage the transfer of information to and from any communications device. The company's customer list includes multinational businesses and Australian corporations and government organisations. Always on and always available, interactive notifications can be sent and received via voice, SMS, e-mail or fax.

Len Rust is publisher of The Rust Report

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