Global payments provider Worldpay is expanding in Australia after securing its licence to process payments in one of Asia–Pacific's largest e-commerce markets. The company's expansion in Australia comes at a time of sustained growth. Worldpay said it processed 13.1 billion transactions in 2015 with a transaction value of £401.9 billion.
There is no denying that connected technology is powering innovation and business transformation, making organisations rethink the way they do business.
Dingo CEO Paul Higgins has been recognised recently as one of the most innovative players in the mining sector — but the Australian IT entrepreneur has been shaping the future of the industry for 25 years.
Loc8 has released a new version of its software platform and mobile application, delivering a range of smart new features. The solution is available in three editions: Service, Enterprise and Team, and is designed for companies of all sizes.
IFS is using its product development think tank, IFS Labs, to explore the use of a context-aware beacon solution for field service delivery.
Access UTS (of Sydney UTS University) recently conducted a study observing a group of technicians using mobile apps in the field. This white paper is primarily based on the study’s results — imparting valuable insight on how to evaluate any field service mobile app for your field force.
simPRO Software is serious about its entry into the US market, relocating several senior management roles, including global CEO Brad Couper, to the company's offices in Boulder, Colorado.
As businesses weigh up their mobile options, the working world is moving progressively towards more flexible working hours and a workforce that is increasingly needing to access business information remotely. While this is largely being led by field service workers, your sales force, operational staff, marketing and management teams aren't far behind.
Tasmanian-based Contact Electrical was founded in Launceston in 1986. Over time the company evolved into the Contact Group, expanding to Hobart and Burnie and further diversifying services to include design and project construction, as well as general electrical services.
With over 20 years' experience, ClickSoftware knows about service delivery and how hard it can be for businesses to excel. Drawing on that expertise, the company has released a new book, Service is Hard: Turning Common Field Service Challenges into Customer Engagement Opportunities, which contains insights, best practices and recommendations from experts, thought leaders and analysts.
Klugo is expanding, with the appointment of new staff in both the Melbourne and Sydney offices.
Mobile is changing the face of business. Yet, many business owners have been slow to adopt a mobile strategy despite the numerous benefits. Mobile offers significant return on investment in terms of improving efficiencies and offering greater business flexibility.
Vertical Matters is hosting Tech Day by the Bay in conjunction with Henley Properties, on 23 June 2016. The event will run for a half day and feature contributions from Google, HP and DLCS International.
Pronto Software has launched a new consultancy offering, Pronto Woven. As the need to cultivate, nurture and engage customers becomes increasingly paramount in today's digital age, Pronto Woven focuses on bringing integrated business management solutions to the digital forefront.
Organisations around the globe are facing unprecedented change, thanks to converging digital forces. Now's the time to rethink processes and adopt a more efficient business model, according to our roundtable participants.