Although smartphone usage and penetration have been growing exponentially in Asia, many businesses in South-East Asia still fail to see the importance of a ‘mobile-first’ mentality.
Singapore-based web and mobile data analytics startup Sparkline has been launched at a time when city-state’s government has identified analytics as a key national focus area and has committed to training 2,500 analytics professionals by 2017.
After years of anticipation, Internet giant Google formally opened on Jan 23 its Philippine subsidiary – its fifth office in South-East Asia after Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia.
It’s no secret that one of Google’s missions in life is to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful for all. But unbeknownst to many, Google has another ambitious aim – that of getting another billion people online, especially from developing nations.