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CIO upfront: A look at the new tech democracy

We’re seeing a shift to customers wanting the ability to add on and create their own software. Hybrid cloud platforms have opened the door for customers to become partners, writes Patrick Quesnel of Microsoft.

Written by CIO New Zealand11 April 18 06:30

Kiwi to head digital strategy at Emirates Bank in Dubai

My role revolves around working with emerging technology and delivering an infectious energy derived from the startup industry on the roadmap for the bank's digital journey, says Leigh Flounders.

Written by CIO New Zealand11 April 18 05:26

CIO100 2018 #13: Deane Johns, Co-op Money NZ

An upgrade to their core banking system and delivery of the first Mastercard open-loop prepaid are among the major projects recently undertaken by CIO Deane Johns and his team at Co-op Money NZ.

Written by CIO New Zealand28 March 18 08:30

CIO100 2018 #26: David Habershon, Ministry of Social Development

The Ministry of Social Development has established the Simplification programme to improve the services, with easy-to-use, more transparent processes and better access to digital self-service channels, says its CIO David Habershon.

Written by CIO New Zealand28 March 18 08:30

CIO100 2018 #14: Mike Jenkins, The Instillery

"We’re not simply an IT team within a business, technology is the heart and soul of everything we do, it IS our business,” says Mike Jenkins, CEO and founder of The Instillery.

Written by CIO New Zealand28 March 18 08:30

CIO100 2018 #31-100: Nathan John Steiner, Veeam

“Driving technology transformation required me to adapt the business case and ‘technical solution sell’ to many different stakeholders,” says Nathan John Steiner, head of systems engineering ANZ, at Veeam.

Written by CIO New Zealand28 March 18 08:30

CIO100 2018 #31-100: Jonathan Spence, Xtracta

Xtracta has enhanced its data identification, capture and interpretation capability of legal documents such as contracts, says Jonathan Spence, CEO and CIO of Xtracta. Through the company’s machine learning capability, the software learns from interactions with the customer’s users and in doing so, it continues to fine-tune its interpretive and understanding abilities of legal documents he says.

Written by CIO New Zealand28 March 18 08:30

CIO100 2018 #31-100: Chris Duran, Biomatters

“Over the past 12 months we have successfully released a new cloud-based product for enterprise Biotechnology customers called Geneious Biologics,” says Chris Duran, CTO at Biomatters. Delivered through a web interface, Geneious Biologics leverages the power of ‘big data’ to help deliver lifesaving drugs of the future.

Written by CIO New Zealand28 March 18 08:30