Solutions advocate – sales rep
Stories by Mark Broatch
Two pieces of news caught my eye last week. Microsoft New Zealand is for the next couple of months to pay people $5000 for information leading to the successful prosecution of software pirates and “may” donate another $5000 to a designated charity. And XP’s Windows Product Activation feature was reportedly cracked within hours of the product going on sale.
Legal burden of proof is “huge issue” for copyright owners
Site is 90% complete
Exceptionally promising students could be offered jobs with company
Numbers reach second-highest level since ANZ began monitoring
At least two companies are rising from the ashes of web design high-flier WebMedia.
New Zealand sales staff of property company giant Jones Lang LaSalle have been particularly disinclined to share contact information with colleagues, because they have worked on a commission-only basis and tended to view colleagues as competitors.
“I think it’s a really good way of picking people up”
Implementation running for about two weeks
Firm's ability to win customers will be limited by competition
Technology is a boon for doing business in far-off places, but that cranking back of the tyranny of distance inevitably kicks up more problems of its own. It’s a catch-22 that businesses considering any kind of e-commerce can’t ignore.
Company keen to hire "black belt" programmers
Onyx customers in NZ include Merial, Intelligroup and Visio International
Computerworld T-shirts up for grabs