Singapore’s online shopping landscape has evolved to become a more dynamic digital experience characterised by distributed storefronts, where messaging apps increasingly take centre stage.
The much-publicised ‘Great Resignation’ appears to be more muted in Southeast Asia, based on the latest survey from Robert Walters.
According to IDC’s latest release of Worldwide ICT Spending Guide Enterprise and SMB by Industry, the firm forecasts Asia/Pacific’s ICT spending to grow by over 3.8% in 2022.
A new study by Shopee examines the impact Malaysians are making on the economy through their continued online shopping behaviours.
Eight in 10 organisations in Malaysia lag in digital ability Lack of skills, talent hinder digital transformation A study commissioned by enterprise software player Workday found that eight in ten (79%) organisations in Malaysia are still lagging in digital agility, that is being in the slow and tactical stages of digital agility maturity.
Malaysia’s smartphone shipments declined 21.7% in the first quarter of 2022 compared to the same period, according to data from IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker.
To understand the evolution of the region’s online shoppers’ habits, every three to five years, iPrice has conducted a study of online consumer behaviour.
IDC notes that the top three digital initiative priorities by governments in APAC were policies that promote the development of technology, regulation around responsible use of artificial intelligence and the use of technology to create smart cities.
As the idea of a four-day work week continues to gain traction across Southeast Asia, new Qualtrics research reveals that 60% of full-time employees in the region prefer the flexibility to work whenever they want over one less day at work.
People in Asia Pacific continue to trust science, but this could be undermined by misinformation.