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By allowing all associates at all levels in the company participate to build a culture of innovation, Walmart is able to drive change within retail according to Fareena Contractor, head of the Walmart Innovation Community.  Contractor has been the head of the Innovation Community for nearly four years and she

The CEO of Australian fintech Tic:Toc says his business is ready for open banking and the local industry will benefit from becoming one of the first places in the world to embrace the data sharing rules. The first phase of Australia’s open banking regime began on July 1, with three

The Law Council of Australia has told a parliamentary security committee reviewing the government’s controversial encryption busting laws the new powers conflict with privacy regulations in the EU and US. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter The group has also raised concerns over Minister for Home Affairs’ ability to

Emerging business models in energy retail are designed to help consumers save money, and in some scenarios even earn money from the devices in their homes – flipping the traditional electricity retail model on its head. The industry is approaching a tipping point. In deregulated markets like Australia utility companies

As Australia’s buy now pay later (BNPL) bill races towards $1 billion, driven by the popularity of services like AfterPay and ZipPay, research commissioned by Which-50 paints a picture of growing impulsivity — especially by younger consumers — and raises some questions about the sustainability of the model. According to

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Organisations that want to be truly data-driven need to change their approach depending on the scenario, as not all data projects are equal in the eyes of company leaders. A recent SAP report, Challenges for Analytics as Data-Driven Enterprises Chase Scale, explains how it is easier to get approval for customer-facing projects rather

Consumer expectations and behaviours are changing more rapidly than enterprise technology, forcing retailers to rethink how they design and architect their technology stacks to differentiate their offerings and avoid racking up technical debt. One approach to this conundrum, which is gaining more airtime in conferences and discussions between vendors, consultants,

Modern inventory systems have come close to perfecting the just-in-time ideal, whether delivering rubber window wiper blades to the manufacturing floor of a Toyota plant at just the right moment, or filling the hot chicken cabinet at your local Woolworths with only so much cheap and tasty, high fat protein

With a whimper, Open Banking has arrived in Australia. From today, Australia’s big four banks will begin a pilot program to explore Open Banking’s performance, reliability and security. For consumers, a mature Open Banking environment will make it possible to switch home loan providers with a few swipes of an

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IBM has launched a program to hire neurodivergent staff in a bid to increase neurological diversity or neurodiversity throughout the company.  Neurodiversity is a concept where the neurological differences are be recognised and respected as any other human variation. Some of these differences include those with dyspraxia, dyslexia, ADHD, autistic