Y3 Technologies gets a Dragon as CEO
Singapore-headquartered supply chain management solutions company Y3 Technologies announced it has appointed Marc Dragon as chief executive officer.
Blockchain: More than just a one-trick (fintech) pony
Blockchain tech may have become a hit with the fintech community, but its usefulness extends into other industries where record-keeping and transparency are essential, says an IBM exec.
Singapore’s Y3 Technologies acquires Ascentis, part of transformation
Singapore-headquartered supply chain management solutions provider Y3 Technologies has acquired Ascentis, also from Singapore, which specialises  in CRM, e-commerce and business intelligence.
HK’s OpenPort wants to fix Indonesia’s archaic logistics sector
While the Indonesian Government is trying to reduce logistics cost with policy reforms and by accelerating infrastructure development, HK-based digital logistics startup OpenPort is attempting the same via technology.
Dematic expands APAC footprint with new office, more hires
Dematic has opened a new office in Thailand and said it has made multiple hires across the region, although it did not specify numbers.
Enterprise spending driven by modernisation, digital transformation
Global spending on enterprise application software will grow 7.5% to reach US$149.9 billion in 2015, increasing to more than US$201 billion in 2019, according to the latest forecast from Gartner Inc.
Oracle rolls out ‘Innovation Management’ solution
Oracle Corporation has unveiled its Oracle Innovation Management solution that it claimed would help organisations increase their return on innovation investments.
Branding: Simplicity and the supply chain
When we say ‘offer a seamless service across channels’ and ‘add customer histories to transactions,’ how do we achieve it? Manhattan Associates’ Scott Gillies has some ideas.
Malaysia’s IT spending to grow 10% in 2014, outpacing APAC: Gartner
Malaysia's total IT spending is forecast to grow 10.2% to reach almost RM69.8 billion (US$21.24 billion) in 2014, said Gartner Inc, while total IT spending in the Asia Pacific region is forecast to reach US$758 billion in 2014, up 4.2% from 2013.
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