Amcom (ASX:AMM) is pleased to announce that its recently acquired L7 Solutions business has taken the honour as EMC's West Australian and South Australian 2012 Partner of the Year for the second year running.
Amcom Telecommunications Limited
Through the delivery of innovative, flexible and cost effective solutions and superior customer service, Amcom has become the provider of choice for the converging Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) needs of business and government across Australia.
Amcom's product set includes national data network access delivering business grade data and internet services, business class IP voice, cloud solutions and managed services; all supported by our extensive fibre-optic network and an extensive range of ICT advisory, integration and security solutions.
The Australian share market finished almost unchanged on Tuesday as weakness in resources stocks offset gains in the banking sector. Asian markets were lower yesterday ahead of testimony by US Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index edged up 0.8 points or 0.02 per cent, at 4718.3 points, while the broader All Ordinaries index had slipped 1.7 points, or 0.04 per cent, lower to 4731.
Overnight Wall Street slumped in late trading with Dow Jones Industrial Average ended the day down 2.5%. Australia's benchmark S&P/ASX-200 share index yesterday advanced almost 4% for a second straight session, bringing the two-day increase to more than 8%, as buyers flooded back into big mining companies.
Yesterday, the Australian share market closed slightly lower following weaker commodity prices. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was down 17.3 points, or 0.34%, to 5118.3, while the broader All Ordinaries index fell 15.5 points, or 0.3%, to 5200.
Economists said resource shares are likely to remain under pressure, dragging the rest of the Australian share market down. The Australian dollar is likely to decline further as falling interest rates and commodity prices weigh on the currency.