In the era of the ‘always-on’ business, it is not enough anymore that you have top-of-the-line IT security tools. Your security structure should not be implemented according to a compliance checklist, writes Sebastiaan Wahlers of Accenture.
Singapore-headquartered Internet venture accelerator Fatfish Internet Group Limited has appointed former Accenture Asia managing partner and renowned tech investor Larry Gan as non-executive chairman.
Accenture has announced the appointment of Janet Yap as its new country managing director in Malaysia.
Malaysia’s banks face a new threat: Competitors ranging from technology and telecommunications companies to consumer retailers and travel agents who are using digital technologies to edge in on the retail banking landscape. This new competition is a significant threat but also spell an opportunity, according to consultancy firm Accenture.
Most companies in Malaysia are failing at keeping their customers from switching service providers despite 98% of consumers using at least one digital channel to search for information via highly influential corporate sites. As a result, there is a potential US$53 billion of revenue at play in the market represented by the ‘switching economy’, according to new research released by Accenture.
Despite having been established only some six months ago, Malaysian automotive IT consultancy Goldbury Communications is confident that its niche expertise and quality services will help it grow beyond local shores. Edwin Yapp speaks to its founder to find out why he is so bullish.
Mobility is the most important digital technology priority for large enterprises, a new global study by Accenture has found.
Celcom Axiata Berhad has deployed an integrated customer relationship management (CRM) platform enabled by Accenture and Oracle, saying this would transform its customer experience.
Today’s DNA-TeAM Disrupt on 'Outsourcing: Has Malaysia Missed the Wave?' will attempt to explore some of the reasons for the sector failing to hit its potential.
A global survey of 13,000 drivers in 11 countries by Accenture found that consumers believe the car-buying process would be simpler and quicker if the content on auto industry websites was customized to be more relevant to their specific car-buying preferences.