Periscope By McKinsey and Nielsen have announced a new data sharing partnership. Under the arrnagement, Periscope’s food retailer and FMCG clients will now have seamless access to Nielsen’s syndicated point-of-sale (POS) data, panel data, a variety of in-store execution monitoring services, and pricing and promotional models, globally. Sign up for

File, data, transparency

Data Governance Australia (DGA) has today launched a draft Code of Practice which outlines industry standards and benchmarks for the responsible collection, use, management and disclosure of data. The draft Code is open to public consultation until 21 July 2017. During this period, DGA will take feedback and submissions on

 According to the latest market study released by Technavio, the global big data services market is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 24 per cent by 2021. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter The market research analysis categorises the global big data services market into four

Western Sydney University Parramatta Campus

The biggest threat to universities isn’t competition within the higher education sector, it’s staying relevant to its students. That’s the view of Angelo Kourtis, President People & Advancement, at Western Sydney University (WSU), who argues many young people are questioning the value of a university. When asked by his board of

Data has become part of the “unique DNA” of Matchboard, an online platform that matches buyers and suppliers of business services. Founded in 2012, Matchboard has developed proprietary technology to power a business-to-business matching platform similar to an online dating service. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Thanks to

Blood donation

Less clinical, more retail. That’s the vision for Red Cross Australia’s 100 donor centres across the country, as the not-for-profit aims to improve its relationship with donors. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter “Until February this year none of our channels spoke to each other. SMS, phone, email none

Australian prescriptive analytics company Veriluma is expanding to the US via a partnership with US-based Diamond Capture Associates that will allow the Australian company to pitch for tenders from the US Federal Government focusing on the national security and law enforcement markets. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter With

video streaming

The data analytics division of ticketing outfit TEG has analysed the online behaviour of 12 million Australian’s to reveal the hotspots in the local entertainment sector. Each year Australians spend more than $40 billion on entertainment which includes the associated advertising and media components. Take our Which-50 reader survey and

Ricciardo, Hamilton and F1 drivers in general are effectively on the endangered list. Data scientists will be soon taking the place of Formula One drivers. Not to physically sit in the car though. That’s the job of their artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms and software. Take our Which-50 reader survey and

We have the technology. According to a McKinsey report, technology is now at a point that marketers can effectively deliver real-time personalisation. The pay off they say is improved customer experiences and ultimately, real returns for businesses. Take our Which-50 reader survey and go into the draw for a chance to