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Qualtrics today announced it is promoting Brigid Archibald to managing director for its APJ region, replacing Bill McMurray who is moving to the US to become chief revenue officer. McMurray had led the experience management software provider in the region since it launched in APJ in 2015, rapidly growing to

Global and local tech giants are offering their services for free via an online portal that has launched to assist Australian companies during the COVID-19 pandemic.  The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) unveiled the online resource centre yesterday to help businesses and workplaces move towards remote working arrangements as the

Accenture has acquired Icon Integration, a privately held Australian technology consultancy that provides SAP digital supply chain solutions and services as well as specialised business intelligence solutions to clients across Australia and New Zealand.  Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed, but the deal aims to boost Accenture’s growing technology

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Supermarket giant Coles has adopted supply chain management and core finance and procurement platforms from SAP, and outlined its future investments in a global trade platform.  As part of its wider ongoing digital transformation program, the new platforms are designed to improve product availability for customers while enabling efficiencies in

Blockchain and IoT technology will enable $31 billion in food fraud savings globally by 2024 by immutably tracking food across the supply chain, according to research from Juniper, which identifies IBM, SAP and Oracle as leaders in the area. Substantial savings in food fraud will be realised from 2021 and

Qualtrics has appointed Brigid Archibald as country manager for Australia and New Zealand.  Archibald, who has held senior sales and leadership positions with Salesforce and American Express, is now tasked with accelerating the company’s growth locally.  Qualtrics, which was acquired by SAP 12 months ago for US$8 billion, offers customer

When companies are on the path to improving customer trust, they normally find themselves in one of two modes. The first is trying to retain the trust customers already have for the brand, and the second is hoping to recover trust that has been lost for whatever reason. Aarron Spinley,

Bill McDermott isn’t retiring, he’s taking the top job at ServiceNow.  The former SAP CEO said two weeks ago that he would not renew his contract with the Germany technology giant. Today it was announced that McDermott will be the new CEO of ServiceNow. Current ServiceNow CEO John Donahoe is

There are three layers of trust at which brands need to excel if they are going to build genuinely engaging relationships. However, understanding this alone is not enough. Trust in business is a currency that has value and is fundamental to financial growth in the experience-driven economies we see today.

SAP chief Bill McDermott is stepping down as CEO after a decade leading the German technology  giant.  He will be replaced by board members Jennifer Morgan and Christian Klein who have been named co-CEOs, effective immediately, in-line with the company’s succession plan.  The news was announced alongside the company’s Q3