Predictions for 2019 are just more of the same, could be a good thing

9th January 2019
In: News

Predictions for 2019 are overwhelmingly unexciting but this could be a good thing. No-one is hyping some new technology that will change everything forever (“Mobile + Social!!!”, “AI will replace all humans”, “BITCOIN!?!!1!!”) Companies have forgotten innovation, become bored by innovation or just didn’t create the next uber fast enough so gave up. Or, maybe...

Minister awards top prize in Cybercrime Codeathon

A team from Terem took out the top prize in the Australian Government’s inaugural ASEAN-Australia AUSTRAC Codeathon. Terem created a tool to follow potentially related transactions as people travel around, helping to identify possible money laundering and other financial crimes. The Codeathon was a 32-hour event that bought together more than 100 technology specialists and...

Terem places #34 in AFR Fast 100 2017

10th November 2017

  Terem has just been announced as one of Australia’s fastest growing companies, placing 34th on the Australian Financial Review’s Fast 100 list. To make the AFR’s Fast 100 list a company needs to demonstrate outstanding, externally verified growth over 4 years. On behalf of everyone at Terem, I want to take this opportunity to thank each and every client, partner, employee...

AI taking your jobs is good news: Terem Technologies’ Scott Middleton

22nd September 2017
In: News

Artificial intelligence taking your job is good news and will enable people to do creative work, focus on relationships and have a more enjoyable time at work, says chief executive of software developer Terem Technologies Scott Middleton. Mr Middleton said artificial intelligence or “AI” was an inevitable next step in the broader industrial revolution. He...

Lean thinking – you’re doing it wrong

1st April 2016

This article first appeared on StartupSmart. Businesses with digital projects have accepted that lean thinking and agile methodologies provide the best approach for their projects and ventures. Start-ups use them as a matter of necessity. Commonwealth Bank, Suncorp, Telstra, Fairfax and even the Australian government have realised the value in this new method. Lean thinking...

In BRW: Australia’s female tech startup founders speak on why there aren’t more of them

1st April 2016
In: News

This article originally appeared in the BRW. Scratch the surface of the startup world, however, and conventions are as rigid as ever. In Startup Muster’s last study it found that the number of female-led tech startups has increased by only 3 per cent between the first study in 2011 and the most recent in 2013. Theories as to...

Should Australian innovators be connecting to global markets sooner?

1st April 2016
In: News

As a member of a trade delegation led by Assistant Minister for Innovation Wyatt Roy in Israel, I’m seeing some interesting contrasts between the way that innovation and tech entrepreneurship plays out in Israel compared with Australia. This article originally appeared on Technology Spectator. Israel is lauded for being the second biggest technology startup ecosystem after Silicon...

New Study Finds Australian Female Tech Entrepreneurs Making Headway Despite the Odds

25th August 2015
In: News

For the first time, a study has asked Australian female tech entrepreneurs about what they believe are the greatest factors holding them back. The study, conducted by Terem Technologies busts some of the myths that have become conventional wisdom in the space. Contrary to conventional wisdom, female tech entrepreneurs are not allowing a lack of...

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