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Source Dynamix, Impact Investing, Charismatek Software Metrics, M2 Telecommunications, Challenger Momentum, and ARC Research come under the microscope

SOURCE DYNAMIX provides hosted healthcare services focusing on diagnostic imaging and collaboration in R&D. The company's product 3iCare is a suite of end-to-end health informatics applications intended to identify opportunities where convergence of health care systems with bio-informatics can bring significant value to public and private sectors through research and development.

IMPACT INVESTING has developed an investment information dashboard that is winning support from Australian managers like BT, QIC, Challenger, Integrity, and AMP, as well as from global players that now include Schroders, Fidelity, Prudential and BlackRock. Impact Investing now has offices in London and Boston and has also signed up clients in Japan.

CHARISMATEK SOFTWARE METRICS offers a full range of metrics-based consulting services for software developers, and software users -- whether government or private, outsourcing, or developing inhouse. Users include IBM, MasterCard International, Dresdner Bank AG, Infosys, AXA, DHL, and Austrian Airlines. Charismatek's Function Point Workbench is a software tool that supports the function point analysis technique for sizing and evaluating software.

M2 TELECOMMUNICATIONS GROUP (ASX: MTU) is a network-independent provider of retail and wholesale fixed-line, mobile, and data telecommunications services in Australia and New Zealand. M2 offers a range of bundled services and value-added offerings targeted principally at the small enterprise market and distributed through a network of dealerships, agencies, and online marketing ventures.

CHALLENGER MOMENTUM provides a comprehensive range of IT services to small and large sized businesses and also small office (SOHO) users. The company's services include outsourcing, custom software development, IT consulting, and technical support. Challenger Momentum's client base includes ANZ Bank, the Department of Primary Industry, and Australia Post in a broad range of applications.

ARC RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT provides software development, software solutions, support, and service. The company developed ReportCard and other computer systems in response to a need for quality reporting systems in education. ARC'S developments cover a whole range of activities in any process requiring management, assessment, measurement and reporting.

Len Rust is publisher of The Rust Report

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