Perhaps it’s the kind of clients Company-X works with, perhaps it’s the mix of solutions it provides, but despite major market disruptions, the Hamilton-based software specialist is expecting to see spend accelerate as clients look for new ways to engage with customers.
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Focusing on the core basics is a vital part of ongoing success as businesses work to return to a new normal following major pandemic-prompted disruptions, but that approach shouldn’t come at the expense of movement.
Rather than focusing specifically on customer acquisition or retention as a way to forge a path ahead in the wake of COVID-19 disruptions, Lexel is taking stock of its customers’ risk profiles to manage its client-base and their needs effectively.
While Umbrellar has picked up the pace on a new company-wide working model, the organisation’s broader strategies and focus on keeping the customer at the centre of its efforts remain unchanged.
The worldwide cloud infrastructure services market is on a roll with spending growing by nearly a third over the second quarter of 2020 to support remote opportunities.
Nominations have been extended for the 2020 Reseller News Innovation Awards, with submissions set to close on Monday, 10 August at midnight.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has rolled its fraud detection managed service across the Sydney region, making it available to partners in Australia and New Zealand.
AWS customers will now have the option to pay for their Marketplace, Data Exchange, IQ and EC2 Reserved Instance Marketplace invoices in 13 currencies.
Cloud infrastructure provider Interactive has turned to Rackspace to hire its new general manager of public cloud for Australia and New Zealand.
Wipro has selected Google Cloud amid plans to modernise mission-critical SAP applications, supported by a G Suite productivity roll-out.
Kubernetes solves only half the problem of modernising applications. The next stage will be filling the gap between Kubernetes and applications.
From storage and network innovations to eye-popping AI solutions, Alibaba offers a number of advantages over the leading cloud rivals.
With many organisations moving to the cloud, Microsoft 365 has become a popular productivity suite for businesses of all sizes.
Hybrid cloud data services and data management provider NetApp is changing up its Unified Partner Program in an attempt to simplify it, offering fewer, but more focused incentive programs.
Former Arrow ECS ANZ managing director Nick Verykios has joined Iasset.com as its new chief strategy officer as the organisation launches a new version of its asset renewal platform.
Qualtrics will finally get its shot at going public, with SAP, which completed its acquisition of the company in early 2019, flagging its intent to publicly list its subsidiary.
Spending on public clouds is estimated to grow by the end of 2020, with desktop-as-a-service (DaaS) anticipated to be the biggest beneficiary of the increase in demand.
A new version of VMware NSX Advanced Load Balancer distributes workloads uniformly across the network to boost efficiency, reliability.
Microsoft's flagship cloud computing business, Azure, reported quarterly sales growth of under 50 per cent for the first time ever on Wednesday, sending the tech giant's shares down 3 per cent.
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