Furniture and homewares retailer, Freedom Furniture has chosen a solution from cloud-based integration platform as a service (iPaaS) provider Boomi to create a singular view of all data to drive operational transformation, support a product evolution, and enable personalised customer experiences across brick-and-mortar and ecommerce operations.
Payment solutions provider Mastercard and telco Singtel Optus have entered into a partnership to provide digital identity verification both online and in-store.
Cyber criminals have used the Windows REvil ransomware to attack the Las Vegas-based Gaming Partners International Corporation, a manufacturer and supplier of casinos table game equipment.
Sydney sports specialty store chain Instore has been hit by the REvil ransomware that attacks Windows systems and a limited set of data from the company has been published on the dark web by the attackers.
Optus is partnering with customer experience software provider NICE inContact in a deal which sees the software being deployed by Optus throughout Australia.
Retail sales start in store in two weeks, while customers in Italy, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland and Taiwan can buy online or in store from 26 June.
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