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Emerging Tech
  • July 2 2019 Are Australian businesses already behind in the digitalisation game?

    Top down transformation: the case for implementing digital management practices Byline: Mark Sands Digitise or die has become something of a mantra for businesses in recent years, in Australia and around the world. A plethora of rapidly evolving new technologies – mobile computing, artificial intelligence and machine learning, data analytics and the Internet of Things Read More…

  • June 4 2019 Agility: a business strategy

    Byline: Brad Newton, DocuSign, VP APAC We’re in the midst of the fourth industrial revolution, marked by extraordinary technological advances. For businesses it can sometimes feel like a bumpy road, but you really can do more than just hold on for the ride. Through economic downturn, industry upheaval, changing customer preferences or technological transformation, businesses Read More…

  • May 30 2019 Employees need to be able to work remotely

    Australians are working outside the office more than ever; a recent survey revealed nearly half of all Australian employees work remotely for at least half the week while more than two-thirds work remotely at least one day per week.  This means employees are relying on mobile devices, from smartphones and tablets to laptops, to get Read More…

  • May 20 2019 Let’s Talk: Competition

    Today we posed the question of competition, and whether the big financial institutions can survive without Fintech or not. We know that competition in the banking landscape is very low, with the big 4 still holding most of the power in the market. It’s been a subject that we have discussed a lot at Dynamic Read More…

  • April 30 2019 Amazon Web Services Sydney Summit set to unveil the latest global technology trends

    Amazon Web Services Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com company, today begins its annual Sydney Summit, showcasing the latest technology trends alongside some of the world’s biggest and most innovative companies and public institutions. More than 15,000 attendees are expected to visit Sydney’s International Convention Centre over the next three days, making it one of Australia’s largest Read More…

  • March 21 2019 Automation Anywhere is increasing global demand for Artificial Intelligence

    Their recent major advances in the IQ Bot 6.5™ will change the way people work Automation Anywhere®, the global leader in Robotic Process Automation (RPA), has announced major advances to IQ Bot 6.5™,  its artificial intelligence (AI) solution. The IQ Bot can now auto-detect, read and process a variety of complex, low-resolution documents and emails in 190 Read More…

  • March 5 2019 Business is changing rapidly – with Dell Experts, IT consultants can stay ahead of the curve

    Developments in business technologies have advanced rapidly in the last decade, placing an increasing burden on IT consultants and their clients to become innovative and dynamic. Delivering the best solutions can be a complex task as technology eclipses learned knowledge. With the tailored training programs found in Dell Experts, IT consultants have instant access to Read More…

  • March 1 2019 Industry 4.0 – The fourth industrial revolution  

    Technology has and will continue to drastically change the way business is conducted and organisations are run. Sophisticated technologies and advanced analytics are transforming the manufacturing industry and paving the way for increased efficiency and automation.   According to Wikipedia, Industry 4.0 is the name given to the current trend of automation and data exchange Read More…

  • February 1 2019 Australian businesses embracing technological revolution

    Australian businesses are ahead of their global counterparts when it comes to embracing new technology and preparing for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. According to Deloitte’s second annual global Readiness Report, Leadership in the Fourth Industrial Revolution: Faces of progress, 49 per cent of Australian business leaders say they invest in new technologies to disrupt their market, Read More…

  • July 31 2018 Customer service trends making waves in 2018

    As we hit the halfway mark of the year, it’s the perfect time to sit back and reflect on what has unfolded during the first half of 2018. As a business owner you’ll want to use the time to look at how well your business has done, what has or hasn’t gone as planned, and Read More…

  • May 24 2018 Why artificial intelligence is crucial for sales to bridge the customer chasm

    For years, sales teams have struggled to keep up with a customer base using the latest technology to upend the traditional sales process. Today’s customers have more choice and buying power than ever before, and they expect unprecedented levels of contextualisation and personalisation. The latest wave of technology, led by Artificial Intelligence (AI), may be Read More…

  • May 18 2018 AI is mainstream – the future is here – consumers demand direct messaging

    When the iPhone introduced us to Siri and her dulcet tones, artificial intelligence (AI) became mainstream. Answering fundamental questions or checking the weather, AI has been behind consumers’ thirst for fast and convenient information, pushing tech companies to rollout this technology to help the consumer. From Google to Sony to Facebook, the big names in Read More…

  • March 26 2018 The Future is Conversational (AI)

    The progression of conversational artificial intelligence (AI) has completely transformed the way consumers engage with businesses. Recent breakthroughs have led to a new generation of Virtual Assistants (VAs) – these could be specific to your bank, telco and even your pizza ordering. As the Australian business landscape becomes increasingly more competitive – particularly as international Read More…

  • March 2 2018 The increasing role of artificial intelligence in SME recruitment and retention practices

    Digital technology is driving change in the Australian workforce like never before. And while it’s creating more efficient and effective work environments, it also brings with it some unique challenges. Professions and career models have begun to morph, talent gaps are widening, and finding and retaining good-fit candidates has become more complex for businesses of Read More…

  • February 19 2018 Financial institutions might have to cede control to fintechs to unlock new growth

    To avoid being disrupted, financial institutions are not just having to be far more experimental, in some cases they are having to cede control of their customers to fintech companies, according to Ian Pollari, the global co-leader of KPMG’s Fintech practice.  Speaking at the Financial Services and Technology: Financial Inclusion and Stability conference, held at the University of NSW this Read More…