Bango is to provide payment services to Facebook, one of the world's largest internet companies.
Commodities software firm, Brady plc, saw its stock price rise 7.5 per cent as the company announced it would be moving its entire business to a potentially more profitable and stable licence rental model and that revenue growth of 70 per cent for 2011 was ahead of market expectations.
The share price of Cambridge mobile billing and payment specialist, Bango, rocketed this morning after it announced it had signed a contract to provide services to one of the world's largest retailers, Amazon.
Handy Elephant, the Cambridge based startup carving out a niche in social media productivity tools is set to launch a web-based email app that keeps track of who's yet to respond to your emails.
Three entrepreneurs who have mastered the trick of how to actually make money from their online ventures, including an exit to Microsoft and a business that went from concept to paying customers in just seven weeks are to pass on their experiences at Anglia Ruskin University on Friday as part of SVc2UK.
Audio Analytics, a startup pioneering sound recognition technology for the defence and security industries has landed its first full commercial contract, licensing its technology to one of the world's leading providers of intercom systems.
A solid set of results for the first half of its financial year precipitated a sharp fall in share price at Aveva.
Leading chip designer, Arm, is to support its new 20nm processor work with the acquisition of Prolific, Inc, a privately-owned Californian developer of optimisation software tools for chip designs.