Current CCL CEO Andrew Allan will lead the new business, Revera CEO Robin Cockayne will move to another role within Spark
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“It’s less formal than a hackathon, but could help organisations unearth new ways to grow the business,” says Sonya Crosby of Bank of New Zealand.
This highlights the challenge for organisations to help employees better understand these technologies and their potential real-world impact.
Launches TOBi the chatbot as an innovative way of offering customers a quicker web chat service.
Says technology will make it easy to produce highly realistic digital humans in minutes.
In Australia, the DXC Dandelion employees work in cybersecurity, data analytics, software testing and systems monitoring and automation
PwC CIO Rebecca Thomas majored in Chinese and information sciences at university. She mines this divergent background in the fast-paced digital era.
Xero’s latest research on what is top of mind for SMEs
Tim Sheedy, principal advisor at Ecosystm, details where organisations need to make ‘smart investments’ as AI reaches mass market adoption.
Oliver Schabenberger talks about his merged role at SAS, and what he believes is the next phase for AI
The chess grandmaster talks about the future of intelligent machines, two decades after his fateful bout with IBM’s Deep Blue
Culture and digital transformation: ‘For most people, it feels like they have just been dropped inside the twilight zone’
‘For most people, it feels like they have just been dropped inside the twilight zone,’ says NZQA CIO Lukasz Zawilski
Chief technology officer Gary Baird shares lessons learned as Inland Revenue undertakes one of the largest and most ambitious business transformation programmes in the Southern Hemisphere
Education Payroll, responsible for paying staff and teachers at around 2,500 schools in New Zealand, has incorporated a flexible workplace model.
This is leading to a data-driven transformation of the insurance industry, says Fabio Sbianchi, CEO and founder at Octo Telematics
Go Wireless NZ Ltd, a value-added distributor of wireless networking and IoT (Internet of Things) solutions in New Zealand and the South Pacific since 2006; today announced a new vendor partnership with US-based Soundvision Technologies, a future-focused manufacturer of cutting-edge smart speakers and multi-zone amplifiers and parent company of TruAudio and VSSL.