A knee-jerk, quick response to a mandatory cost-cutting challenge can certainly reduce cost in the short term. However, without proper evaluation, these costs often return in the medium to long term.
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Gartner outlines steps to address risks organisations can - and can’t - control
These technical customer service experts have been handpicked for their people skills and ability to solve complex problems, says Antony Weldon, acting customer operations director.
As more and more organisations shift to using agile working models, the need to be able to quickly scale resources up and down becomes increasingly vital, writes James Fuller of Hnry.
The clinician assesses and diagnoses the child fighting an infection in the normal way, then uses the app to pinpoint the antibiotic, dosage and length of treatment that best fits the child
McCarthyFinch and law firm MinterEllisonRuddWatts have partnered to create authorDOCS, an AI-powered tool to deliver faster contract drafting and review.
Superintendent Rob Cochrane, acting CIO at NZ Police, talks about innovative programmes being developed by cops and ICT teams working side by side
The Instillery and Origin have unveiled plans to merge businesses to create a tech provider capable of challenging tier-1 incumbents in New Zealand.
CEO Nick Grayston explains the retailer’s latest digital transformation initiative
Smart contracts are potentially one of the most useful tools associated with blockchain, and they can enable the transfer of everything from bitcoin and fiat currency to goods transported around the world. Here's what they do and why they're likely to gain traction.
Any successfully executed IT project is guided by pre-defined business requirements. Here’s how to ensure project deliverables and resource allocation trace back to business needs.
Apple Inc took a major step toward supplying its own smartphone chips by purchasing the majority of Intel Corp's modem business in a deal valued at US$1 billion, the companies said on Thursday.
‘Accelerating privacy regulation’ is now an established risk, reports Gartner
‘Our ultimate vision is for passengers to simply walk through the airport unencumbered’
‘Focus on seemingly unsolvable problems and don’t stop until you succeed’
Gap analysis helps companies objectively evaluate their current state and make improvements to advance the organization toward desired outcomes and to better achieve business goals.
South Korean chipmakers and Japanese chemical suppliers caught in the midst of a sudden escalation of a bilateral diplomatic dispute are scrambling to circumvent tightened export controls imposed by Tokyo, industry executives said.
Lean and Six Sigma are the perfect pair when it comes to improving customer value by reducing waste, boosting productivity and reducing defects and variations in products and services.
Rākau Tautoko works with communities across Auckland, but its contribution to public welfare is being felt by other social enterprises and not-for-profits across the globe
Three months into its operations, the social enterprise was already realising its two-year forecast. Then, one of their customers offered its technology nous to help them scale fast, and safely