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Kronos’ timely acquisition of ‘Digital Instinct’ and Virtual Roster a sure bet? Kronos’ acquisition of human capital and workforce management solutions company for casinos and casino resorts, Digital Instinct and its Virtual Roster, seems actually solid.
Online payment fraud detection spend: $9.3b by 2022 Expenditure on online fraud detection and prevention (FDP) solutions is set to rise to US$9.3 billion by 2022, an increase of 22% over this year’s…
Geographe selects Promapp process management software WA-based Geographe Enterprises has selected Promapp to deploy its cloud-based process management software across its Australian operations.  
Infor's Birst acquisition is bursting forth Business software vendor Infor's acquisition of BI specialist Birst, which was completed last month, is beginning to bear fruit.
Australian boards lack a clear picture of business performance: survey Administrative inefficiencies, lax controls and a reliance on manual processes — spreadsheet hell — are resulting in 40% of boards not having a complete view…
Everything is about the data! – Frank Windoloski (interview) It is all about the data and what you do want to do with it says Frank Windoloski, vice-president, Insights and Data at Capgemini Australia.
IDC claims AI will give CRM trillion-dollar boost Artificial intelligence associated with customer relationship management could boost revenues for global businesses by US$1.1 trillion between the end of 2017 and 2021, IDC research…
Boeing to experiment with automated commercial flights A worldwide pilot shortage that is predicted to become more acute has led Boeing to begin research on commercial flights that are pilot-free and use…
Machine learning 'the next competitive frontier' in a decade Machine learning will be the next competitive frontier in 10 years and having good machine learning models, that perform the best, will be the competitive…
AI must be implemented with care, says innovation expert The possibilities of artificial intelligence are immense, but organisations must carefully navigate the associated ethical dilemmas and prepare for unintended secondary consequences, a technology executive…

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