Aussies worth watching

Ajilon, B-Sec, Orbis, Philology, SaaSCentral, and WhoCanDoLen Rust's look at up-and-coming Australian tech firms

AJILON provides information technology and business consulting services, managed services, and specialised provisioning through offices in North America, Europe, the UK, and the Asia/Pacific region. Ajilon's clients and partners include Alcoa, Australia Post, BHP Billiton, Cadbury Schweppes, Telstra, Toyota, MLC, WA Government, Victorian Government, and Woodside Petroleum.

B-SEC provides security services and related risk management to help organisations address the challenges of information security. B-Sec's clients include major banks, and resource, manufacturing, and logistics companies, as well as numerous government agencies and departments.

ORBIS provides marketing resource management software that is focused on the operational efficiency of marketing. The company's flagship product, Orbis Marketing, is an SOA application designed to integrate with multi-channel marketing applications. Orbis's clients include American Express, IAG, Sony, Nokia, and GlaxoSmithKline. Orbis has offices in London and Singapore.

PHILOLOGY is a technology research consultancy that specialises in developing solutions to marketing, research, and technology challenges through the application of intellectual reason, advanced analytical methods, and technology. Philology provides market research and consultancy services focused on communications, IT, and education market sectors, and has expertise in online surveys.

SAASCENTRAL provides a range of software applications -- including payroll, CRM, and time tracking systems -- on a pay-as-you-go basis. The company's SaaSKey, or Software on a Stick, enables users to have their SaaS applications, such as e-mail, Office, or other applications, virtualised on a USB key. The company provides a secure and transparent service to clients by taking ownership of IT systems.

WHOCANDO provides a one-stop portal for consumers and businesses wanting to buy or sell any kind of service. Operating as an online reverse auction system, WhoCanDo aims to be the prime source for finding reasonably priced, high quality services from trustworthy suppliers.

Len Rust is publisher of The Rust Report

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