Digital innovation will drive future market leadership say CIOs Digital innovation will be a huge factor in driving future market leadership, but innovation resources are not keeping up with digital/technology demand. That’s the view from Australia’s top corporate tech leaders, according to the results of this year’s Harvey Nash CIO

The rapid pace of innovation is proving to be the biggest challenge for both marketing and ad tech providers and the brands they serve according to visiting Kenshoo marketing chief Steven Hartman, Kenshoo, VP, Global Marketing. According to Hartman who was in Australia this week for a series of panel discussion

Australia’s major financial institutions are employing the approaches of innovative star ups startups in order to bring better customer experiences to market faster. Suncorp’s ‘billsplitter’ app is a good example of the model. Suncorp’s ‘billsplitter’ app is a good example of the model. As a result of a company innovation

Customers these days are so spoiled by technology: take Uber, the app frees you from worrying about having cash or credit card when taking cab and even lets you enjoy your own personalized Spotify playlist in Uber cars. Well, that, together with Google, Facebook etc… and their lightning-speed innovations have

Innovation will move to the top of the digital banking agenda in 2015, according to a report from Forrester which outlines 12 different ways different banking will evolve or change over the next 12 months. In a blog announcing the research (which costs $US495), analyst Peter Wannemacher describes a 20-year

One of the greatest challenges any startup faces is distribution. How do you get your new product or service into the hot little hands of your customers? How do you do it quickly and with a high conversion rate? Gone are the days when you could drop your new app

Non bank attackers are treating payments as a beach head for an assault on the wider banking relationship according to McKinsey & Company and they are succeeding in defining the standards for digital banking. The insurgents range from small nimble startups to large telcos and according to the management consultants

The second DISRUPT.SYDNEY event, to be held on September 26 and presented by The University of Sydney Business School will focus on topics as diverse as disruptive innovation in retail, the use of gamification in education and social media analysis.. The event, organized by the Digital Disruption Research Group, attracts

Do technology leaders truly have the power to truly drive innovation, or merely talk about it? Seventy-seven percent of technology leaders see greater innovation potential than ever before, according to this year’s 2014 Harvey Nash CIO Survey. But how many describe their company’s innovation potential as actually being realised? A