Australian Software Guide announces expansion to more than 100 software products
Launched in early 2018, the Australian Software Guide offers free listings to local software products and their mission is to promote Australian created software to the world.
“Australian developers are creating some of the best software in the world.” said Founder, Miles Burke. “Companies such as Canva and Atlassian are serving millions of customers across the planet from here in Australia.” he added.
The software products are reflective of the diverse country that Australia is. From safety and human resources products, to geospatial and healthcare, Australian software companies are building amazing solutions for both business and consumer customers.
“The Australian Software Guide served over 5,000 unique visitors last month, who loaded over 20,000 pag views, looking for their next software product.” said Mr Burke. “The growth and success of this guide is both humbling and exciting.” he added.
Australian Software Guide
385 Newcastle Street
Perth WA 6000
Created in early 2018, our mission is to promote the top business software that is being created, right here in Australia.
We have a thriving software industry in Australia, which is often sadly overlooked. We’re changing that by encouraging Australian businesses to support fellow Australians creating great business software.
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