Tuesday, 9 December 2008

Kurrajong. ITC firm signs Rwandan contract

Atmail, an ITC services provider, based at Kurrajong, has signed a contract with the Rwandan government to design, supply and install a messaging and mail migration system using Atmail hardware and software. This follows on a recent sale into Swaziland for that country’s postal mail services operations. In total Atmail has sold into more than 60 countries since July this year. More than 95 per cent of Atmail’s sales are outside Australia. Atmail’s turnover passed $2 million in 2007/2008 and sales for the last half of 2008 suggest an even stronger year’s growth for the company for 2008/2009.


Liverpool. TradePlus card launched

Jim Barron, CEO, of Group Training Australia, launched the TradePlus Apprenticeship Card at the new Toyota Material Handling Centre, at Moorebank. Warren Sedman, manager of the Liverpool Business Growth Centre and his project partner, Phil Vale, developed the card. The card aims to promote apprenticeships and traineeships to young people, as well as attract discounts on goods and services nationally, as a way to enhance apprentice and trainee purchasing