SAP announced the launch of SAP Labs Singapore, a digital innovation hub the company said will drive product leadership, foster local digital talent, and boost ecosystem and community engagement.
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CIOs need to understand and help solve business needs, or risk becoming obsolete, writes Benjamin Cher.
Fuji Xerox Co Ltd is on a mission to reinvent itself, by diversifying to become more service-oriented and also by expanding its Asia Pacific market. Edwin Yapp reports from Japan.
To address the strategic execution challenge, many organisations are adopting a Strategic Execution Framework (SEF) model, writes Jon Hughes of Cognizant, who also explains the model.
German enterprise software company Software AG is looking to increase the revenue contribution from its Asia Pacific markets, with the manufacturing, retail and financial services verticals being key to its aspirations.
Ricoh Malaysia managing director Peter Wee has reason to smile these days. His company is starting to retool itself into a total solutions provider, although the start of that journey wasn't easy at all. Goh Thean Eu reports.
Regional telecommunications group Axiata Group Bhd will need its two largest operating companies – Malaysia’s Celcom Axiata Bhd and Indonesia’s PT XL Axiata Tbk – to make a strong comeback in the second half, or the group may miss its 2015 targets.
When it comes to Unified Communications solutions for enterprises, most, if not all, vendors have failed the market in some form or fashion over the last 10 years, argues Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise (ALUE) vice-president of sales for Asia, Matthieu Destot.
A coherent view of enterprise architecture guides organisations through their transformational journey, affording better focus on strategic use of emerging technologies and significantly reducing time-to-market, writes Jayajyoti Sengupta of Cognizant.