They promise greater interoperability and customer experience.
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CMOs and digital marketers need to get savvier with their handling of customer data and opt-out requests.
New tech-driven innovation can help companies explore the revenue potential behind changing consumer behaviors.
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AI, data and robots are being deployed on the frontlines as Aussie supermarkets take on competition online and offline.
NDIS is helping to drive digitizing support for disabilities.
They can help government departments to create apps that meet citizen expectations within time and budget constraints.
The financial advisor is about to be disrupted.
Chief data officers are beginning to show their true worth in helping companies find their right balance.
Meanwhile, Microsoft HoloLens 2 offers enterprises a new way to view data.
Marriott is taking a big gamble on a new loyalty program that either drive loyalty or see loyal customers leaving.
A new set of concerns and issues arise with the drive for open banking in Australia.
With B2B customers expecting the same as their B2C counterparts, B2B marketers need to embrace digitalization in new ways. ABM offers an alternative.
Lane Crawford and ASICS are some of the retailers looking to use APIs to create the ultimate shopping experience.
The huge investment is starting to pay off with better sales and more monetization opportunities. Next stop, AI.
Time for marketers to stop looking at GDPR as an inconvenience and start using it to strengthen customer trust -- because trust matters for marketing success.
No longer for data centers, the new networking technology is helping firms to scale and manage large networks efficiently, while improving collaboration.