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Singularity invests £3.5m to expand its operations

Business Process Management software company Singularity is investing over £3.5m to expand its operations and create 112 jobs worldwide.

The investment was announced by Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster as she visited the company's headquarters in Derry, Northern Ireland.

Chess named as a finalist for MEN Business of the Year

Chess Telecom has been named as a finalist for the 2008 Manchester Evening News Business of the Year Award.

2008 is the 15th year of the Business of the Year awards which are a seminal event within Manchester's business calendar. This is the second time Chess Telecom has been named as a finalist.

Intrinsic Technology bucks trend with bullish performance

Pessimists expecting signs of a tech slowdown haven't found any evidence of that looking at Intrinsic Technology's strong performance this year. With new business wins including Conwy Council; BDP; Honda; and FFW, Intrinsic is on course to smash its 2007/8 revenue target of £18million weeks before year end.

Blizzard join forces with Servassure

Blizzard and Servassure have joined forces to boost Blizzard's growth strategy.

This move will see Blizzard deploying Servassure's white labelled engineering force of 200 support staff as an extension to its own service capabilities.

Telecoms will ride out the storm, says Nimans

Nimans says dealers can shrug off the effects of any economic downturn - insisting that the telecoms industry is equipped to ride out any financial storm.

Oak delivers VoIP call recording on Mitel platform

Oak, a Mitel Developer Partner, has completed its Mitel SRC Server development delivering VoIP call recording on the Mitel platform.

Rocom enters into the ‘spirit’ of things

rocomRocom entered into the ‘spirit' of things this Halloween with a fancy dress sales focus day. Monsters and witches mingled with ghosts and zombies as Rocom staff competed for prizes by getting involved in apple-bobbing, pumpkin decorating and best dressed competitions.

BT announces plans to axe 10,000 jobs

BT said it would reduce its total workforce by around 10,000 this financial year, with around 4,000 from its direct BT staff and the remainder from contractors, consultants and agency staff. The company said it was halfway through this process and had already cut 4,000 jobs to date.

Comms Vision News: Time to get on board or be left behind

Mark Deakin, UC Business Manager at Microsoft, added another industry acronym to the soup - Communications Enabled Business Processes (CEBP) and illustrated how a long history of change in the voice and data markets had accelerated in time to arrive at - Now. Destination and destiny have united and Deakin urged resellers to make sure that they are ‘on board' with the CEBP message.

Comms Vision News: Reasons SMEs should buy into UC

Selling UC to the SME segment presents new challenges and opportunities for resellers. The big issue for smaller firms is finding a good reason to invest in a UC solutions, believes Tony Corlett, Product Development Director at Azzurri Communications.

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