Pulse Software is pleased to announce our appointment to the WALGA preferred supplier panel for Information and Communications Technologies. Pulse Software has undergone significant expansion over the last 12 months and is now gearing the organisation for increased focus in Western Australia.
Pulse Software partners with Southland District Council securing international expansion to New Zealand
Following a competitive procurement process Southland District Council, a national award-winning locality in the areas of building, engineering and planning – has selected Pulse Talent (Human Resource Information Management solution) as the platform to digitise their human resource requirements. Southland District Council is Pulse Software’s first client acquisition in New Zealand and marks the milestone […]
This time of year usually calls for reflection and a chance to look back on the year that’s been. And… what a year! Being able to thrive through the challenges, like the ones faced in 2020, not only inspire us but also enhance the journey we are taking as an organisation. We feel privileged to […]
How NSW local governments can prepare for the changes to risk management and internal audit framework requirements. By March 2021, NSW Councils will be required by the NSW Government to have an Audit, Risk, and Improvement Committee (ARIC).
Australian Business Process Management (BPM) software vendor – Pulse Software – is pleased to announce two recent appointments to its senior team, to support the company’s continued growth. Ken Donohoe joins Pulse as Chief Product Officer, while Matthew Burgess has been appointed Customer Engagement Manager.
Pulse Software today announced that co-founder, Thomas Rajanayagam, has assumed the role of Chief Executive Officer, effective July 1st 2020. This is in line with the organisational transformation plan which commenced with the formation of the executive team in the 2018/19 fiscal year.