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Software Budgets to Increase in 2007

  • 03 January, 2007 14:10

<p>IT budgets in 2007 are expected to receive a lot more attention than in previous years with expected increase in spending to be 4% - 6% with software the main focus with up to 8% growth in its investment (www.searchCIO.com).</p>
<p>“Businesses are starting to look around and invest money into software programs that do more than just one thing, like with Jim2® Business Engine”, said Paul Berger, Managing Director Happen Business Pty Ltd.</p>
<p>Jim2® Business Engine, the flagship product of Australian owned Happen Business, is a unique one system software package of business workflow processes and accounting.</p>
<p>CIO’s and business owners are predicted to spend on new functions and upgrades as well as new software and tools to improve the business (www.searchCIO.com).</p>
<p>“All of our clients come on board needing tools to improve their business, they could see that only Jim2® paved the way for their businesses to grow” said Mr Berger.</p>
<p>Media Movers, a client of Happen Business is one of BRW’s Fast 100 Companies and believe that “Jim2® has been and continues to be a great business tool due to its flexibility and ability to match systems with true business processes”, Mr Greg McDonald, Media Movers.</p>
<p>“Using Jim2®s unique one system software package of business workflow processes and accounting, Media Movers has the systems in place to grow their business without the limitations that currently exist in other software packages” said Paul Berger, Managing Director Happen Business Pty Ltd.</p>
<p>So software companies like Happen Business are expected to be on top of the IT wish list for businesses in 2007 due to the increasing demand for the all-in-one software package like Jim2® Business Engine.</p>
<p>For a free 90 day trial of Jim2® Business Engine visit www.happen.biz</p>
<p>For more information please contact Paul Berger on (02) 9570 4696 or 0417 472 116</p>

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