Melbourne-based air conditioning company Vic Air Supplies has migrated its business systems to the cloud after replacing its old accounting system with Microsoft Dynamics NAV.
Vic Air Supplies http://vicair.com.au/ is an Australian owned, family-run business which was established by Peter and Caroline Wood in 1994. During the past two decades, Vic Air Supplies has grown to employ more than 30 people at three branches in Victoria. The company manufactures flexible ducting and sheet metal and operates a wholesale division with more than 4000 products.
Since deploying Microsoft Dynamics NAV, the heating, ventilation and air conditioning specialist has delivered better planning, more accurate reporting, strengthened stock management and more responsive customer service.
Vic Air Supplies chose Melbourne-based enterprise software specialist Evolution Business Systems (EBS), the company’s IT partner of 15 years, to deploy Microsoft Dynamics NAV in early 2016.
Vic Air Supplies Financial Accountant Shelley Hughes said they had outgrown their old system. "EBS’s skill and experience with NAV made it easy to do the design phase," she said.
Centrify, the leader in securing hybrid enterprises through the power of identity services, has overnight revealed it hit a major milestone with more than US$100M in global sales during its 2016-17 financial year.
Centrify generated positive cash flow from operations during the financial year while achieving a customer retention rate of more than 95 per cent. Highlighting strong sales in Australia and New Zealand during the year, Centrify will have a prominent presence at the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit in Sydney on August 21-22.
Centrify CEO Tom Kemp said the company had prioritised a customer-funded approach to the business during 2016-17. “This has allowed us to focus on long-term growth and customer needs,” he said.
Australian battery company Redflow Limited today unveiled an investment package that will raise $14.5 million to target sustainable delivery of its zinc-bromine flow batteries to high demand areas such as telecommunications.
Redflow’s capital-raising follows its May announcement of decisions from a strategic review including:
Redflow has provided an Investor Presentation containing details of the outcome of its Strategic Review and consequent activities undertaken or planned by the company, plus its new manufacturing partner, Malaysian-based MPTS, a long-term supplier of a core component of Redflow’s battery stack.