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3:20
Dec 13, 2018

Best and worst performing tech stocks of 2018 revealed

TeleMasters, MiX Telematics and Altron are this year's best performers on the JSE, while 4Sight Holdings, Blue Label Telecoms and Net1 UEPS fared worst.

2:10
Nov 28, 2018

Teddy Daka's Etion sees revenue drop

The company attributes the drop to subdued trading conditions, as well as delays in the delivery of a key rail project and a cyber security project.

4:00

Etion's Teddy Daka named IT Personality of the Year 2018

Daka, CEO of JSE AltX-listed Etion, is the 40th winner of the prestigious IT Personality of the Year title.

3:40
Nov 22, 2018

Managing the impact of global digital component shortage

Since 2017, a surge in demand for MLCCs and a parallel shortage of the raw materials needed to manufacture them has impacted heavily on supply, says Etion.

1:30
Nov 9, 2018

Etion most empowered tech company on JSE: Empowerdex

Etion was also ranked the most empowered company in the AltX and Management Control categories, and placed third overall under the new BEE codes.

2:50
Nov 8, 2018

Conexus pumps R27m into Etion

The equity investments firm acquires 14.16% of Etion's shares to boost innovation in digital security.

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Etion introduces equity partner

Conexus Capital Growth Fund invests R27 million to boost innovation in digital security.

6:00

Does your machine recognise you?

Identity is becoming critical to digital transformation, says Maeson Maherry, chief digital officer of Etion.

2:40

'Smart mines' key to unlock potential of smart cities

There are many similarities between what people want to achieve with smart cities and with what's being done in the digital mine, says Michael Walters, product engineer at Etion.

2:40

Legacy systems can be digitised

The ability to build digital capacity into legacy systems is crucial, as the financial and operational implications of having to replace entire systems are enormous, says Teddy Daka, Group CEO at Etion.

4:40
Jun 27, 2018

Tough year for Ansys as revenue falls 29%

Group profit for the year also dropped by 50%, from R67.7 million a year ago to R33.4 million at the end of March 2018.

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