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Ian Renwood is the new leader of Grant Thornton’s Technology Advisory offering in Sydney. Formerly the Head of Digital at Ferrier Hodgson, which was recently acquired by KPMG, he is now tasked with helping clients define and implement their digital transformation plans. In addition to 20 years as a management

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Digital transformation is no longer optional for local government, it’s a necessity. Old, fragmented legacy systems can no longer offer the solutions and services necessary to keep pace with rapid technological change, or the outcomes executives and planners are setting in stone. Nor can they meet the demands of an

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Capgemini has launched its digital transformation unit in Australia and New Zealand, Capgemini Invent, which it says helps clients secure revenue streams, pave new ways to engage with customers and drive sustainable growth.  Capgemini said its new business line is designed to help leaders find new sources of value.  Sign

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The US$1 trillion that traditional retail and commercial banks have invested globally over the past three years to transform their IT operations has not yet delivered the anticipated revenue growth, according to a new report from Accenture. The report — “Caterpillars, Butterflies, and Unicorns: Does Digital Leadership in Banking Really

Digitisation can unlock another $US13 trillion dollars of economic value over the next decade, most industries have reached their digital tipping point, and providing effective leadership remains a major challenge but one that must be overcome. Yet sadly, most businesses are failing to achieve their transformational goals, especially when the

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APAC organisations will spend over $US375 billion on digital transformation this year with a five year CAGR of 17.4 per cent to 2022, according to new research from International Data Corporation (IDC). China is driving most of the region’s spend with heavy investment in manufacturing, according to the report IDC

“If your company is not an icon on a person’s mobile phone, you really don’t exist.” That’s the risk that Australian brands face, according to Gerd Schenkel, Leader of the Digital Practice at consultancy Partners in Performance. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Nominate today for the Which-50 Digital

Companies with enough digitally savvy board members make more money. That’s the key finding from a recent study by MIT Sloan, which also revealed that few organisations measure up. The research found that only 24 per cent of the boards of companies listed in the US with over $1 billion

Digital transformation is an overused term. In reality, most firms are moving to digital out of necessity and taking only small steps to get there. While the work is critical, it’s usually far from the massive overhauls spruiked by business leaders. That is the view of Roz Gregory, head of

Malaysia Airports is one year into a five year digital transformation aimed at matching the world’s best airport experiences. Fundamental to the strategy is data and analytics, according to the group’s CIO, Yiang Ming Lee. “There’s a lot of gut feel that comes from running an airport. There’s a lot