More than 53% of Australian construction leaders surveyed agree it is difficult to effectively monitor quality assurance without an integrated data management platform, increasing 8% from 2020, according to industry research by construction management software Procore.
Australia's managers consistently overrate both their own — and their organisation's — efficacy at engaging and recognising the value of employees, according to a new study commissioned by Achievers, the progressive choice for employee voice and recognition solutions that accelerate a culture of performance.
Elegant Media, one of Australia's top app and software development companies, has created what it says is "a revolutionary go-to learning app for tradespersons to successfully qualify for their builder’s licence without leaving the worksite" called BRIQ.
Global professional services firm Accenture has acquired Australia’s Electro 80, a leading provider of operational technology (OT) for resources clients in Australia, including mining, energy, engineering, construction and utilities companies.
Australian businesses reported over $14 million in losses to Scamwatch due to payment redirection scams last year, and average losses so far in 2021 are more than five times higher compared to average losses in the same period in 2020, according to the ACCC.
Perth-based business solutions provider DyFlex Solutions and global technology consulting and digital solutions company Larsen & Toubro Infotech (LTI) are partnering to provide engineering and construction and operations (EC&O) companies with the technology and skills to rapidly implement Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions.
Promising to "change the game for construction project risk with the most comprehensive and complete risk analytics toolbox in the marketplace for total cost schedule risk assessment", InEight's innate solution has just been upgraded.
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Autodesk has stayed ahead of the curve over nearly the last four decades to become a true powerhouse in products and services for the architecture, engineering, construction, manufacturing, media, education and entertainment industries, and we spoke to its Australian MD during the last day of its 2020 conference.
Security attacks taking advantage of concerns over the coronavirus outbreak have seen attackers leverage conspiracy theory-based fears around purported unreleased cures for the virus and campaigns that abuse perceived legitimate sources of health information to manipulate users, according to a global security firm.
Australia’s National Broadband Network has recorded net profits of $608 million for the full year 2019 – up from a loss of $103 million last year and after excluding subscriber payments of around $2 billion to Telstra and Optus.
One of Australia’s largest construction companies, Probuild, has selected construction cloud-based applications provider Procore Technologies as its technology partner for quality & safety management on its construction projects.
Business intelligence and performance management vendor Board has appointed Melbourne-based corporate planning and reporting consultancy, OYB International, to its roster of Australian business partners.
Expanded partnerships with AEC (architecture, engineering and construction) companies sees Dropbox state it is a go-to tool for people in those industries, solving challenges and delivering more way to collaborate.
New construction-tech start-up, Assignar, and Australian fintech EFTsure, have secured a combined $5 million Series A funding through a new venture capital firm Our Innovation Fund (OIF).
NBN Co has launched an improved service allowing prospective subscribers to the National Broadband Network to check when their individual premises — business or residential — will be ready-for-service and connection to the network.
Perth-based engineering and construction specialist, Decmil has deployed Office 365, Dynamics CRMOL and Power BI from Microsoft’s local data centres as well as Windows 8.1 tablets, Surface Pro 3 and Lumia 630/830 devices across the organisation.
Telstra’s new contract with NBN Co is to ‘provide planning and design services to support the NBN rollout’.
NBN Co has lost its third head of construction in as many years, with Richard Thorpe the latest to leave the plague-stricken company.
Global interconnection and data centre company Equinix has announced a US$60M plan to build a new data centre in Melbourne, joining the three facilities it already operates in Sydney.
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