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Melbourne-based Adore Beauty has made a half-million dollar investment in warehouse management software to reduce the amount of packaging it uses. What’s more, automation is expected to bolster the company’s growth for the next five years. The solution chosen was HighJump. Kate Morris, CEO and founder of the beauty ecommerce

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Koch Equity Development (KED) and Golden Gate Capital have invested  $1.5 billion in cloud ERP provider Infor, ahead of a potential IPO later this year. The capital builds on KED’s investment of more than $2 billion in early 2017, and represents an important milestone as Infor considers a potential IPO

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Melanoma Institute Australia (MIA) has implemented a new secure content collaboration platform which will provide secure file storage, synchronisation and sharing to enable personal productivity and facilitate team collaboration which will aid its skin cancer research.  The software BlackBerry Workspaces was rolled out by BlackBerry and Optus Business. BlackBerry said “this

US-based software company, Qlik today announced its intention to drive data literacy in Australia by partnering with more than 20 educational universities across the country. The Qlik Academic Program will provide educational institutions including Macquarie University, Monash University, Swinburne University, the University of Melbourne, the University of New South Wales,

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Recently, an ex-colleague posted an interesting question: “Isn’t AI just software?” I thought this was worthy of a bit of discussion and exposition. So here it is: The thing that makes computers very exciting and powerful is that they are soft machines. That means that whereas most other machines (like

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) will become a feature of almost every new software product and service by 2020, according to forecasts from Gartner. Gartner’s analysts also predict that by 2020, AI will be a top five investment priority for more than 30 per cent of CIOs. But in the rush to

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Being an early adopter has its drawbacks, but it provides one an interesting lens through which to view the customer experience challenges of truly revolutionary products. Consumers’ rapid and eager embrace of Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat have lured marketers and other business leaders into expecting swift adoption curves for each


Australian retailers shopping for technology products prefer to stitch together a best of breed tech stack rather than betting all on a unified marketing cloud. Over the last few weeks Which-50 has spoken to marketing and digital leaders in retailers such as Temple and Webster, Nude by Nature, and Lux Group,

Building great customer experiences requires companies to pull data from disparate silos and deliver information on demand to which ever channel customers choose to engage. Often those customer choices are made on the fly and change accordingly. And all this needs to be done at vast scale and at the

  The market for advanced analytics and the tools that support it continues to grow, creating a very lucrative space for brands that can gain and hold market share. Whilst traditionally dominated by the big enterprise software vendors, particularly IBM and SAS, the last decade has seen rapid change in