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COVID-19 creating increased global demand for NZ’s digital businesses
Activity is picking up for many Kiwi software and digital businesses as demand increases for digital and cloud-based service offerings.
Industrial automation technology growing in popularity with enterprises
Automotion proposes to bring down operational costs, improve process efficiency and enable the development of new digital services for customers, according to GlobalData.
Commonwealth Finance Ministers tackle digital trade issues
Commonwealth Finance Ministers agree that technology could improve debt transparency, but there needs to be closer collaboration to figure out tax implications from the growing digital commerce trade.
Australians unaware of govt's digital services
New tools that leverage AI and other innovative technologies have potential to future-proof the provision of online services in Australia."
Time's up, tax dodgers: Multinational tech firms may soon pay their dues
Multinational tech and digital services firms may no longer have a free tax pass to operate in New Zealand.
IDC NZ: Telcos finally going digital
The report says New Zealand telecommunications companies are transitioning to become genuine digital services providers.
Platform-based services are fast becoming prime differentiators in the media transformation era
The emergence of new pure-play OTT services is gradually pushing digital service providers to embark on the media transformation journey.
Digital strategies market $97 billion goldmine
Agility, technology and data are impacting demand for digital strategic services, which is set to become $97 billion worldwide opportunity by 2019.
Company profile: GFi
Founded in 1992, GFi is a leading provider of Windows-based messaging, content security and network security software.