SAP Concur has identified three ways that SMBs can adapt to optimise benefits from the digital economy in the new financial year.
It’s a challenge that’s been discussed in boardrooms for years: how to harness evolving technologies to transform and improve the way a business functions. Yet despite its well-documented benefits, digital transformation is still not being achieved by a significant number of organisations. According to a Forrester Report, The Sorry State of Digital Transformation in 2018,… Continue reading Six Steps to Creating a Digital Transformation Strategy
Gen Z, born between 1996-2015, is the most Internet-dependent generation, with their digital fluency positioning them in firm first place in technology use across all generations. This was recently observed in the third annual, international study of Gen Z, conducted by The Center for Generational Kinetics and commissioned by WP Engine. Why Gen Z and their digital fluency… Continue reading “If you meet the digital needs of Gen Z, you meet the needs of the world”
Global cybersecurity company, Forcepoint, has recently unveiled the results of an Australian study conducted by IT analyst firm Frost & Sullivan. Half of the respondents believed that digital transformation is hindered by cyber risks. The findings show that Australian businesses of all sizes have a concerning approach to digitalisation – in that they don’t involve… Continue reading Digital transformations hindered by cyber risks
By: Eugenio Pace, CEO at Auth0 There is no doubt that technology is evolving at a fierce pace. And as enterprises race to catch up to digitally transform their apps and services, the need for hiring skilled staff to drive this transformation is higher than ever before. But the current reality in Australia is that… Continue reading How to solve Australia’s tech talent drain
Top down transformation: the case for implementing digital management practices Byline: Mark Sands Digitise or die has become something of a mantra for businesses in recent years, in Australia and around the world. A plethora of rapidly evolving new technologies – mobile computing, artificial intelligence and machine learning, data analytics and the Internet of Things… Continue reading Are Australian businesses already behind in the digitalisation game?
‘Digital transformation’ is a phrase we’ve all heard before, but there’s often an assumption that it’s only for industry giants and global enterprises. But this isn’t the case at all. Digital transformation has become more important than ever – even for small businesses – in a fast-paced, highly changeable world. In fact, Dell Technologies’ recent… Continue reading Why every business needs to be digital, especially yours
Developments in business technologies have advanced rapidly in the last decade, placing an increasing burden on IT consultants and their clients to become innovative and dynamic. Delivering the best solutions can be a complex task as technology eclipses learned knowledge. With the tailored training programs found in Dell Experts, IT consultants have instant access to… Continue reading Business is changing rapidly – with Dell Experts, IT consultants can stay ahead of the curve
Businesses that fail to digitise risk eroding brand reputation and customer loyalty, according to research by e-signature provider DocuSign. The study, Digitise or die: Australia’s digital expectations, involved a survey of 1000 employed customers plus more than 100 senior decision makers across various business departments. Key findings included Four in five (80%) consumers view a… Continue reading Digitisation keeps customers on side and helps businesses de-silo departments: Docusign panel
Marketers are caught in the eye of the perfect storm. On one hand, we are being pummeled by a wave of new demands from business leaders, wanting the marketing department to take more responsibility for the ‘customer experience’, deep into parts of the business we have traditionally never set foot. On the other, like an incoming tide,… Continue reading In the eye of the perfect storm: will marketers adapt to increasing demands or be swept Away?