Understanding how Covid has changed the way businesses deal with their suppliers will be key to winning and keeping business in 2022, writes Marcus McNamara, Head of APAC, Sana Commerce: It’s been two years since the virus up-ended life as we knew it, here in Australia and around the world. Businesses have been on a tumultuous journey since that time, with many forced to abandon long standing processes and practices and embrace new ones. Pivoting to digital has been the common theme, with enterprises turning to online platforms and programs to maintain business continuity and interact with their suppliers and customers.
Global ICT giant Fujitsu Fujitsu has announced a COVID-19 Vaccination Roadmap for its Australian and New Zealand operations.
Automated test equipment and virtual instrumentation software company NI and Seagate Technology have announced a new collaboration to enhance data storage and transfer services, including a “first-of-its-kind” advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) record offering.
Product discovery and sourcing platform RangeMe has fully launched its global service to retailers in Australia, New Zealand, and the wider Asia Pacific region.
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Disgruntled shareholders have been given the go-ahead to file a class action against Apple, after its chief executive, Tim Cook, allegedly played down the falling demand for iPhones in China, resulting in huge losses for investors.
The use and sharing of data by apps, the extent of competition between Google and Apple’s app stores, and whether more pricing transparency is needed in Australia’s mobile apps market, are among issues to be scrutinised by the competition watchdog, the ACCC.
Chinese tech giant Alibaba Group has launched a global B2B sourcing platform which it says will allow countries such as Australia to connect medical-goods suppliers of all sizes with frontline medical personnel who are working towards slowing the spread of novel coronavirus in China.
Glenn Uidam, Senior Director, IBX Operations, Equinix Australia
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Nokia has been selected by New Zealand’s largest telco Spark for its roster of 5G suppliers.
Australian-listed technology firm MGM Wireless has signed a preferred supplier agreement for its Spacetalk children’s all-in-one smartphone, watch and GPS wearable device with 120 Leading Edge Computers independent businesses and retailers across Australia.
Vocus subsidiary M2 Group has renewed supplier arrangements with Telstra and Optus for the supply of fixed and mobile access services.
Cyber attackers are increasingly using their target organisation’s supply chain as a route to attack them and access their data or internal systems.
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Australian telco Zen Telecom has been fined $225,000 by the Federal Court for breaching Australian Consumer Law (ACL) through misleading conduct, including falsely presenting itself on behalf of Telstra.
Apple's iPhone may be designed in good ol' California, USA but its components, made in Asia, have become significant drivers of a number of Asian economies, according to analysts and government officials.
With the world and his dog impatiently waiting for Android tablet makers to realise that pricing Android tablets at the same price as an iPad 2 is no way to win friends and influence non-iPad buyers, Apple is reportedly getting ready to strike back with cheaper pricing of its own.
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