SAP was itself a disruptor in its early days, helping enterprises digitise themselves – then the tables were turned and the company had to adapt to a new digital reality, writes Benjamin Cher.
The upside of technology advancements and innovation are well known and this week, Karamjit Singh ponders the dire consequences of life going increasingly digital and how individuals, governments, and companies will adapt.
Accenture, the world’s largest management consulting services company, joins What’s Next as its Knowledge Partner while UK-listed and Malaysian-founded BDA company Fusionex International has returned as Supporting Sponsor.
KL-based startup Zcova intends to disrupt the traditional jewellery business by offering diamonds at more affordable prices.
Tony Fernandes was last year’s What’s Next keynote speaker, and now DNA founder Karamjit Singh is excited to introduce another Asian corporate titan, Vincent Tan, for What’s Next 2016.
‘I am not afraid of the ones that I can see; it is those that I don’t see that worry me’ –Dr Wolfram Jost.
With the perfect storm of 5G, IoT and the cloud, digital disruption is coming to every industry in Malaysia, argues Ericsson senior exec Todd Ashton.
Startups have been disrupting a number of industries over the last few years, and have been having a free run at it too – but that’s about to change, warned one industry pundit.
In the middle of the battleground between startups and traditional companies, there is space for collaboration – if both parties can stop looking at each other as threats, that is.
There will be room for only a few players in both the card and cash business – prepare for a bruising fight, write Anwar Jumabhoy & Srikrishna Vadrevu.