An option has been exercised for the sale of filesharing tool SafeShare for $5 million.
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Zeroth and Silver Egg will seek partnering opportunities for expansion across Asia.
The Jaxsta Platform collates and authenticates data from major and independent record labels.
The company’s subsidiary Pixowl is responsible for the game and its launch.
25 years experience in the biopharmaceuticals, medical research, health and medtech sectors.
The FBR pilot plant has been relocated next to the PTR Pilot Plant in Perth.
The company is focused on targeting partnerships in its primary and secondary markets and has progressed to draft partnership agreements with four large dealer networks.
The number of rooms generating revenue from a Swift service as at 31 December 2018 exceeded 44,000.
The car park offers City Subaru the ability to relocate or reuse the structure and represents the first purpose-built, relocatable concrete car park in Australia.
The release of a commercial version of the Kojensi Gov platform is a key focus.
The flagged launch in April is expected to accelerate product revenue growth.
The company has executed its first contract for the resale of online marketing platform iClick’s services.
The deal calls for SUDA Pharmaceuticals of Perth, Australia, to lead commercial development and sublicensing efforts for ZolpiMist in Europe, Asia and Latin America
Professor Zeev Rotstein is an internationally recognised cardiologist and expert in health management systems.
The company is making solid progress with its medical devices, having signed its first US commercial order in January 2019.
The port authorities will use Vault’s Solo solution to enhance safety and operational efficiency.
The company achieved a 35% increase in international sales revenue to $19.2 million during the 2018 financial year.
2018 is the first year that the company has become operationally cash flow positive.
The company recently changed its name to Swift Media Ltd from Swift Networks Group Ltd.
The global technology company is continuing the development of its products and deepening penetration into the European market.
Vault recorded new contracted annualised recurring revenue sales for the period, generated cash receipts of around $2 million and launched the new Solo App for mobile phones.
The company is line with goals to triple the size of its business in the first three years from listing in 2017.
The company’s XTclave technology makes it possible to manufacture lighter and stronger ballistic plates and helmets.
ShareRoot now has a clear vision and path forward to leverage existing functional parts of its business, including Ludomade and TSS.
The company has also received certification for its first Australian innovation patent.