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Justgiving, a website enabling charities to reclaim tax online, has gone live this month. The site – which is powered by Transformable Business Software from Quantiv – lets organisations change business direction without having to replace their IT systems.

The site can be found at www.justgiving.com

Oracle – the largest provider of software for e-business – has unveiled a service which aims to allow customer care of its e-business offerings over the web. Support.Oracle.com has been designed to appeal to companies of all sizes who want to avoid traditional price, maintenance and implementation barriers. The service can be accessed at www.support.oracle.com, free of charge in the short term.

The prime minister’s campaign to get the UK online was stepped up this week with the launch of a website which has been designed to transform the way public services will be delivered. The site has been developed in partnership with BT and will provide internet services ranging from information and support for those having a baby, moving house, dealing with crime, learning to drive and dealing with bereavement.

To visit the site log on to ukonline.gov.uk

E-procurement solutions provider Biomni, and catalystAT Systems, a newly launched UK software company, have announced a strategic alliance in a bid to relieve suppliers from the problems associated with the sourcing and management of product content for B2B e-commerce applications.

For more information, visit www.biomni.com or ww.catalystAT.com

Teamspirit has become the first payroll software software to obtain accreditation under the Inland Revenue’s payroll standard accreditation scheme, which was launched last March. Targeted at employers with between 200 and 10,000 staff, the package is part of a ‘fully integrated HR management package’ including time and attendance modules.

View the company website at www.selven.co.uk/newproduct/index.html

ERP provider Baan has announced the release of its latest suite of internet-enabled value web collaboration solutions. iBaan solutions combine enterprise integration, personalised information provision and value web collaboration. The company – bought by Invensys last year – believes iBaan is the only web-based solution to address manufacturers’ growing demands for tighter integration.

For the Invensys takeover of Baan visit www.accountancyage.com/Business/1107510.

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