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Online comparison website Finder has only been using predictive analytics for under a year and, according to its head of insights and analytics Steve Lockwood, it has given the company a clear view of how they are performing in many different areas. Lockwood explained, “We’ve got such real time access

The term digital disruption has been used to strike fear into the heart of executives faced with ever-rising consumer expectations and new agile competitors. But a new report from Gartner argues disruption can be a positive phenomenon. The report, Top 10 Myths About Digital Disruption authored by analyst David Smith,

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Australian companies are either embracing intelligent machines within the workplace or are ready to embrace them, according to a new survey by professional service company Cognizant. 68 per cent of executives expect their workforce to be prepared to work with intelligent machines in the next five years as the technology

Cloud-powered people management platform Employment Hero has launched its new suite of employee focused features, WorkLife. Employment Hero claimed this new suite has been designed to “combat many of the common pain points faced by Australian employees”. The company says these new features will help employees better access, manage and

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Adoption of MaaS (Mobility-as-a-Service) platforms will replace over 2.3 billion urban private car journeys annually by 2023, compared with just 17.6 million globally in 2018. This is equivalent to 18 times the number of taxi journeys across New York in 2016. The figures are contained in a new report from

Technology now allows massive weather data streams to  be ‘mashed up’ with other data inputs such as sales data or social media data, and analysed, which in turn helps businesses to understand and predict, at a local level, the precise impact of weather on consumer demand. For retailers and FMCG

High street meets high tech, consumer insights, Indian ecommerce and personalisation dominated the global omnichannel conversation in social channels this week, according to our latest Chatter Report. Each weekday the KINSHIP digital/Which-50 Chatter Report identifies the most influential conversation starters of the last week across the global social realm, and

Data scientists are today’s “most-wanted” business visionaries. And Australia is improving its ability to develop home-grown data scientists as well as attract them to Australia from all over the globe. Despite these improvements, each recruitment gain is often mirrored by a loss. Many of Australia’s data scientists are quickly recruited

  Cities turning smart, companies turning tech and the BBC board turning off a 100 million pound digital transformation disaster dominated readership on Which-50 this week. A report from last week into the aggressive moves by China’s ecommerce leaders into banking also surged again thanks to distribution by FST Media.