Telsyte

Digital transformation pressures are changing the way companies are investing in software, with IT departments placing a greater emphasis on customisation. Australian business software investments are shifting towards customisation and development as businesses evolve, according to new research by emerging technology analyst firm Telsyte. Sign up to Which-50’s Irregular Insights

Network over Australia

Australian enterprises are in the midst of a wave of technology adoption driven by the desire to stay relevant through creating new products and services, according to a new study from emerging technology analyst firm Telsyte. The Telsyte Australian Emerging Enterprise Technology Study 2017 reveals that more half of organisations

Want to annoy your customers? Removing your phone number from your website is a good place to start. New research from analyst firm Telsyte shows Australians still prefer to pick up the phone and speak to someone directly, despite an increase in digital customer service interactions. Telsyte’s survey of more

robot, AI, work

Local organisations are ramping up investment in robotic process automation (RPA) according to a new study from emerging technology analyst firm Telsyte. The Telsyte ANZ Robotic Process Automation Study 2017 found the ANZ RPA market will grow strongly with a CAGR of 45 per cent from 2016 to 2020. The market is

Data strategy

Big data and analytics tools are now in the same league as CRM and marketing automation for share of software budget, according to research from analyst firm Telsyte. The Telsyte Australian Big Data & Analytics Market Study 2017 reveals the demand for high volume data processing and real-time intelligence is

Nearly 200,000 VR head sets were sold in Australia in 2016 according to research outfit Telsyte. Its Australian VR & AR Market Study 2017 also revealed that mobile VR captured around 70 per cent share of units sold. Nearly half of all device revenues were generated by the Sony PlayStation VR

Hybrid cloud

Cloud services have quickly become a mainstream way of delivering IT infrastructure in Australia, according to new research from Telsyte. The research house found Australian enterprises are boosting their usage and increasing their spending on public cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS). The Australian IaaS market is on track to grow by over

Australians will buy 5.6 million new smartphones during the second half of 2014, according to research released by Telsyte. The total number of smartphones sold will exceed ten million for the first time, Telsyte managing director Foad Fadaghi told Which-50. According to the study, the majority of sales will be