|Absol welcomes the new millennium (albeit a year premature) without any Y2K technical incidents. Absol has also successfully assisted over 50 customers in updating their systems in anticipation of the IT industry’s biggest challenge ever.|
Cosmetics company Annique, awards a tender for the development of an ERP, CRM and Ecommerce enabled internet site to Absol.
Consumer internet service provider, Netactive Internet, contract Absol to develop a range of internal software solutions to improve their billing processes and integrate their bandwidth management systems.
Toyota South Africa commission Absol to develop the Toyota Press Web Site, an on-line repository of all media material issued by Toyota’s marketing department.
Absol develops the PlanetPastel portal for Pastel South Africa utilising our ASPEN product.
|Pastel and JSE listed Softline acquire Absolute Solutions cc|
|Computerweek and CRN web sites are launched and powered by ASPEN|
|Liberty Life appoints Absol to develop a user-friendly web site management and design application to be issued to all 600 financial intermediaries who are allocated a web site within Liberty Life’s corporate internet presence.|
|BDFM, publishers of the Business Day and Financial Mail join Absol’s customer base.|
|Absol develop the 3-D virtual environment viewer for Virtual Tours, the application is utilised by the majority of Estate Agents web sites in South Africa.|
|1st Tier ISP, Worldonline, contract Absol to provide AbsolStats internet audience measurement services to its customer base.|
|ASPEN version 3.0 is launched and re-branded as AbsolPublisher – the system is now a comprehensive content management system which competes with the best in the world.|
|The Africa Business Direct portal is launched, running the AbsolPublisher CMS, the site indexes several hundred resources for import/export and logistics services.|