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    State Library – Recognition of Excellence for Innovation & Disruptive use of Technology

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    The State Library of NSW’s innovative approach to engage online volunteers has received an Excellence award for Innovation and Disruptive use of technology by OpenGOV Asia in a recent awards ceremony.


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    Businest Keeps Making Waves!

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    Businest® is an exceptional small business application with an easy-to-use interface and insightful predictions allowing business managers to really understand their financial position and predict the impact their decisions make on their cash-flow.

    Since it’s release last year, Businest immediately grabbed attention, named “The App You SHOULD Be Using” at Accountex in Las Vegas and “One of the Top 10 Small Business apps in the World” by Intuit QuickBooks in Silicon Valley. Businest was the only Australian owned app to compete in both global awards.

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    A Ruby on Rails app we built took home an award at the worlds biggest accounting show, Accountex!

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    We have some very exciting news to kick off your weekend! We are very proud to announce that the app we built for businest® was selected as the overall winner for 'The Small Business App You SHOULD Be Using' in the Accountex Meridian Awards!  

    Each year more than 150 new apps are added to the small business, cloud accounting ecosystem.  The Meridian Awards, created by Accountex, are presented to a prestigious few apps in the accounting technology space who have displayed excellence beyond their peers in a given award category.

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    reInteractive makes the Deloitte Tech Fast 500 Asia Pacific

    By Mikel Lindsaar,

    I'm extremely proud to announce that reInteractive made it to number 83 of Deloitte's Tech Fast 500 Asia Pacific with a 3 year growth rate of 392.11% Deloitte publish the following on how they determine the winners:

    The Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific 2013 winners consist of the 500 public and private technology, media and telecommunications companies headquartered in Asia Pacific, that have achieved the highest rates of revenue growth over the past three years. In order to be eligible for Technology Fast 500 recognition, companies must have base-year operating revenue of at least USD50,000.