People, technology, enabling business
To face an I.T. challenge,
who do you turn to?
Dialog is Australia's leading privately owned information technology services organisation employing over 950 consulting staff nationwide.
Dialog's services range from strategic IT consulting through full lifecycle application development and managed application services to long-term operational support.
Dialog's subsidiary companies provide complementary products and specialist services.
Established in 1979, Dialog has delivered innovative solutions to clients across all industries including all levels of government.
Dialog is now an official Google Enterprise Maps Premier Partner.view story
Catapult BI, part of the Dialog Group, has been selected as the preferred supplier to provide SAS and Teradata consultants to the Commonwealth Department of Human Services (DHS).view story
Dialog has been chosen to replace the Australian Industry Group’s (Ai Group) legacy business systemsview story
Dialog has been awarded the tender to create UTAS' new Student Lifecycle Information Management & Services (SLIMS) Online Application.view story
Aurecon, a global engineering company, has calculated that it will achieve a 70% reduction in their storage total cost of ownership over 5 yearsview story
The use of enterprise level software packages is often governed by complex licence agreements. The penalties for not conforming to the software licence terms and conditions, whether deliberate or inadvertent can be costly. This article recommends steps to take to ensure you pass a software licence audit.view story
A website’s success hinges on one thing: how users perceive it. “Does this website give me value? Is it easy to use? Is it pleasant to use?” These are the questions that run through the minds of visitors as they interact with web products. User experience design is all about striving to make them answer “Yes” to all of these questions.view story
Many organisations have made extensive use of IBM Lotus Notes/Domino to create a portfolio of ‘collaboration’ applications. This article suggests possible strategies for organisations wishing to migrate these applications to other platformsview story