Leading companies that develop a people-first approach will win in today’s digital economy, according to the latest global technology trends report from Accenture.
Online groceries haven’t really taken off in Malaysia, which means the market is ripe for the harvest, according to Freshcart Grocer.
If organisations maintain the current rate of progress, female representation will reach only 40% globally in the professional and managerial ranks in 2025, according to Mercer’s second annual When Women Thrive global report.
CIOs face radically different challenges today than their predecessors, and need to address them in order to see a tomorrow, writes Benjamin Cher.
The online cashback concept is already popular in the UK and US, and ShopBack wants to scratch that itch in South-East Asia, believing that its partnerships with e-commerce giants like Taobao and eBay are key.
Entrepreneurial companies that move first and act to improve local talent pools, infrastructure, and regulatory environments are seizing Asia’s greatest growth opportunities, according to a recent report by The Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
The rise of the cloud, web services startups, mobile apps, and software-defined networking has put software at the heart of businesses, but hardware still has a role to play, according to Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) chief technology officer Hu Yoshida.
This week's Tech Talk show on BFM kicked off with the big RFP from the UEM Group for its technology transformation project.
Although companies say retaining and attracting talents is their biggest challenge, most of them are unwilling to change to tackle this issue, according to Talent Corporation Malaysia Bhd (TalentCorp) chief executive officer Johan Mahmood Merican.
Indonesian chemical company PT Crystal Anugerah Abadi has deployed Singapore-headquartered TrustSphere’s ‘relationship analytics’ solutions on top of its IBM Domino email platform. Financial terms were not disclosed.