GUEST OPINION: Australia is progressing steadily with an open banking rollout. The Big Four banks – CBA, Westpac, ANZ and National Australia Bank – introduced open banking in July 2021, and other banks and financial services are expected to follow in 2022. According to many fintechs, however, the introduction is going slower than expected, and they are pushing financial markets to open their banking services online by signing additional data holders.
GUEST OPINION by George Tsoukas, Gigamon ANZ: While the financial services industry is no stranger to unexpected events and their repercussions, the current global upheaval is creating unprecedented uncertainty. Faced with this, how should financial services organisations respond?
The average value of a fraud transaction in Australia decreased 31%, from $387 in the fourth quarter of 2018 to $267 in the first quarter this year, according to a newly released global risk intelligence report.
Australia dropped to fifth place in enterprise mobility maturity in 2016 in the Asia/Pacific region, according to a newly published report.
Developing a cross-platform application is now one of the preferred options when creating a mobile application. The convenience that it provides – one source code for multiplenplatforms – makes such development type a compelling option.
Mobile systems provider Mobile Mentor is claiming one of the largest bring-your-own-device (BYOD) deployments in Australian history with the rollout of the ABS’s 2016 Census Collect app to 33,000 field officers.
Sydney-based Bizcaps Software has partnered with Australia’s Authenticateit to use its expertise in healthcare supply chain technology with Authenticateit’s mobile app protection platform in the global fight against counterfeit medicines.
Just 51% of Australian and New Zealand organisations have the right skills in-house to develop and support their mobile enterprise strategy, according to research by open source software giant, Red Hat.
Sixty-three percent of organisations plan to use the IoT to analyse customer behaviour in 2016, with faster problem resolution, better customer service and customer satisfaction ranking among the top five potential business benefits, according to a global survey by Schneider Electric.
Supply chain solutions vendor Wavelink has released the next generation of its Velocity mobile application platform which it says transforms warehouse productivity by increasing efficiency through reducing training and improving accuracy.
Mobility is increasingly important strategically for Australian businesses and organisations, as a newly published report reveals that a combination of mobile device hardware, management software and value-added services will drive Australia’s enterprise mobility market up to $4.9 billion over the next five-years to 2019.
SSI Pacific co-founder Samuel Py has been appointed to a newly created role as Chief Operating Officer at app developer and enterprise mobility solutions provider Gridstone.
Telstra, which says business owners are now starting to embrace apps for their work, not just personal use, has added two new mobile business applications - Deputy and ShoeBoxed - to its business platform.
Progress Software's developers have written more new code in the last year than they did in the previous five.
Food services, processing and manufacturing company Simplot has moved to standardise its Australian sales and operations with the deployment of a cloud-based mobile consumer goods solution from CRM vendor StayinFront.
Silicon Valley-based Big Data analytics vendor ParStream has forged a strategic alliance with Australian Business Intelligence vendor Yellowfin.
There’s increasing concern about online privacy for many Australians, particularly mobile users, with around one in 10, or 12%, saying they have personally experienced a privacy issue when using a mobile application.
Online dating service eHarmony has released a new feature to its iPhone app called Datebook which it says helps users plan, manage and track their dates with anyone, not just other eHarmony members.
Online accounting software company MYOB kicks off its Australasian roadshow in Auckland tomorrow as it lays out its plans for 2014 in an increasingly aggresive and competitive regional market.
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