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Yearly archive for 2009

New and improved services coming soon

As expected, we’ve learned a lot since we first launched the beta service of Software Shortlist back in February this year. And right now we are flat out turning those lessons into new and improved services for small business customers and for software vendors alike. Software directory

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The upside of a downturn

Recessions aren’t all bad. There’s nothing like a shake-up to get people looking at their business, re-examining old assumptions, and changing how they work.  This isn’t just our view – recent survey results provide strong support: “73% of those surveyed are likely to adopt rather than cut back

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SoftwareShortlist in the SMART 100 Index

Australia’s 100 most innovative products Anthill Magazine has just announced the companies included in its inaugural ‘SMART 100’ Index.        The SMART 100 Index was developed with global market research agency Colmar Brunton  to identify and rank Australia’s 100 most innovative products.  Recognition for SoftwareShortlist SoftwareShortlist is proud to have

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A good yet mysterious selection tool for farm software

“Producers can now find the business software they need at the click of a button” So proclaimed a recent Queensland Department of Primary Industries & Fishing (DPI&F)  press release about our new selection tool for farm software. First, the backstory… This story actually began last year, when

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SoftwareShortlist beta launch

Here is the story behind SoftwareShortlist, leading up to today’s beta launch of its free recommendation and comparison service for small business software.

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Is too much choice bad for you?

Choice is good – we all prefer having some options rather than none at all. But is it necessarily true that more choice is better than less? Can you have too many options to choose from? And what effect does this have on your ability to make decisions? The evidence from psychologists may surprise you!

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A COMET-sized boost for 2009

Trigora has been awarded a major grant for, as part of the Australian Government’s Commercialising Emerging Technology (COMET) program.

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