Coles is putting in place a cloud and data strategy which will allow it to implement AI across many facets of its business, including its supply chain and physical stores, to help drive innovation. The supermarket giant has signed a long-term strategic partnership with Microsoft, utilising its Azure cloud technology
Integrated services company Downer EDI has deployed a Microsoft Azure intelligent solutions which ingests sensor data from a fleet of Waratah trains in Sydney to allow predictive maintenance and data-driven decision making. The company believes this solution will enhance passenger safety, boost public transport reliability and keep tight control of
Public cloud providers are catching up to market leader Amazon Web Services in the number of services they offer. But no other provider comes close to the market leader in terms of the underlying capabilities, according to its CEO Andy Jassy. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Speaking at
The Northern Territory is using a Microsoft AI solution to help the Department of Primary Industry and Resources (DPIR) monitor and manage marine health around Darwin Harbour. This is being done by rapidly analysing underwater video captured around the harbour. According to Microsoft, the AI platform automates the laborious process
Microsoft and financial messaging service provider Swift have partnered to showcase a cloud native proof of concept (POC) to host Swift infrastructure and enable cloud native payment transfers on Microsoft Azure. Microsoft said the two companies are working to facilitate the future deployment of Swift messaging solutions in the cloud,
Cloud-based bank Judo Capital will adopt Temenos’ core banking platform T24, signing on for its core banking, channels, analytics and financial crime mitigation functionality. T24 Core Banking will be the key information platform for Judo’s push into the SME market, which the company considers to be under-served by the incumbent banks.
The Supreme Court of Victoria has embarked on a digital transformation which has enabled it to digitise its case management system and turn its courtrooms into recording studios. The changes are significant for an institution that hasn’t changed much at all over the last hundred years or so, says Pauline