Australians and New Zealanders believe more can be done by digital services providers for those living with a disability or in regional areas, according to new research.
Indian outsourcing firm Infosys has beaten out Accenture and IBM to win a contract with the Australian Government's Services Australia department - formerly the Department of Human Services - to rebuild the engine that calculates the welfare amount to be paid to recipients.
Indian IT outsourcing firm Infosys has said it will create 1200 jobs in Australia, with about 40% to be for Australian university graduates, and set up three innovation hubs in the country.
Australian and New Zealand businesses are trailing behind their global counterparts, with only 17% of businesses digitally mature enough to build disruptive business models at scale, compared to a global cohort of 22%, according to a newly released research report.
Indian outsourcing giant Infosys has appointed 30-year industry veteran Andrew Groth as Regional Head for its Australian and New Zealand business.
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