Singapore startup Wavecell has announced a Series A investment of S$2.3 million led by Qualgro Asean Fund, with participation from Wavemaker Partners.
Industries grappling with emerging technology have to adapt or lose their place at the table, writes Benjamin Cher.
The next frontier is being driven by smart and connected appliances, but to truly make a difference, they need to connect to the greater ecosystem.
Marketing has fully embraced digital, but that’s not the only surprising trend in the region, writes Benjamin Cher.
The IoT is meaningless with interoperability, and that’s not happening because while technologists and creative minds got excited about IoT, there has been no collective consideration of what the user wants and needs, writes David Eden of Tata Communications.
The phrase ‘digital transformation’ is being bandied about as the framework for a future of improved productivity and lower cost, and a recent CA Technologies study puts the business effects into perspective: Digital disrupters have seen up to two times more revenue and profit than mainstream companies.
Businesses looking to capture and engage customers need to rethink their approaches to digital and mobile, and will have to look into what is being described as the ‘API Economy,’ according to Will Bosma, Asia Pacific vice president of San Francisco-based integration software company MuleSoft.
When Unified Inbox first began mapping out its go-to-market strategy, the path seemed clear-cut – but numerous challenges saw it pivoting, which the company believes has opened up new vistas and market opportunities.
Fresh off a 2014 that saw its business volume double and revenue move up 85% year on year, London-based cloud communications provider Nexmo is planning to significantly increase the size of its team in Asia, in a bid to secure a larger piece of the growing regional pie.
In an exclusive interview, Juniper Networks newly-minted CEO Rami Rahim sits down with DNA executive editor A. Asohan to talk about Juniper’s plans for the future, and its challenges in the present. This is the second of two parts.