The next global digital transformation trend will see a wave of businesses leverage newly acquired data insights, following their rush to digitise operations amid the COVID-19 economy, says head of Israeli AI startup, EasySend.
There are three key priorities SMEs must focus on as they digitise operations for the post COVID economy, writes Julie Peksis, head of Australian software developer, Jeal.
As businesses across the globe look to return to the office, tech companies helping create COVID safe workplaces are seeing a rush in investment.
University students providing businesses with crucial outside-in innovation, amid digital revolution.
GenGame’s app uses gameplay to lighten up the relationship between you and your energy retailer, to seriously cut carbon emissions.
Energy retailers and distributors are being blindsided by market disruption bubbling away under the surface of their industry, writes Scott Salandy-Defour.
It’s possible to grow your company, even if your industry stagnates in the post COVID-19 downturn, writes strategist and agile growth coach, Josephine Too.
Australian smart energy startup, ReVolt has outlined its mission to decarbonise the world’s power grid and electronics industry in under 10 years.
The head of Australia’s largest website domain provider wants to cut through the digital transformation hype to help small and medium businesses (SMBs) excel in the post COVID economy.
In 1996 Deloitte Digital founder, Peter Williams had to convince his managers to take a punt on an internet consulting business. Fortunately for them they chose to back him.
As businesses rapidly accelerate digital transformation efforts in the wake of COVID-19, RMIT University brings together industry experts and researchers to provide key insights into future trends and opportunities.
While many pubs across the globe are restricted amid coronavirus lockdowns – when the drinks and good times do finally flow again, new technology is set to enhance the experience for patrons and boost revenue for venues.