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Get it right the first time: Customers want better, faster response to feedback
Qualtrics recently surveyed 1,100 respondents from Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Singapore to explore key customer experience trends.
Kiwi SMBs optimistic as growth expectations hit two-year high – ANZ survey
“As we approach the middle of the year, small businesses are increasingly upbeat about investment, employment and profit expectations.”
A/NZ companies still on the fence about cloud – survey
34% of A/NZ enterprises have moved workloads from public cloud back on-premises. The biggest concern against public cloud use is security.
90% of Aussie IT pros agree - IT automation is now critical
“Only through new digital-first technologies with automation solutions that support hybrid multi-clouds, will CIOs enable their companies to innovate.
Bad reputation: The impact of bribery & corruption on A/NZ businesses
Our cross-Tasman regulators are actively enforcing agendas to minimise money laundering, terrorist financing, corporate misconduct and fraud.
Is the annual performance review too delayed to be effective?
A Hays survey has found that most employees say ongoing regular conversations are more useful.
School IT procurement survey finds out which tech wins
A recent survey has asked schools what their IT preferences are for digital devices in the classroom. Which product would be best for you?
Survey: 70% of Australians would rather get praise over pay
85% of workers believe managers should spot good work and give praise and thanks whenever it happens.
MYOB survey reveals business priorities for Budget 2017
MYOB asked 1,015 business owners around New Zealand about their thoughts on the government’s economic initiatives.
SMEs that engage in international trade are more confident – survey
Businesses that trade internationally learn from more sources and have a higher-than-average number of business-related educational interests.
Lots of data available - why do customers still feel misunderstood?
While 88% of IT leaders agree that their organisation understands their customers, only 61% of customers believe organisations understand their needs.
Are we legally allowed to ignore work on the weekend?
“It’s been a long time since most of us worked 9 to 5."
New Zealand companies lagging behind in creating human-centric customer experiences – PwC
Only 6% of Kiwi companies are thinking about creating better customer experiences while 76% are focused on growing their revenues.
Windows 10 adopted by 91% of IT professionals, but plagued with concerns
87% of IT professionals have Windows 10 concerns, including application compatibility, need for user training, and manual migration effort.
More SMEs back tighter immigration laws despite skill shortages
Worries about the impact on public services and housing are likely behind the current high level of concern.
Project managers need to upskill in order to deliver – KPMG report
KPMG’s Project Management Survey 2017 revealed that two-thirds of projects undertaken in New Zealand are failing.
NZ small businesses show solid growth in first quarter of 2017, but skilled labour hard to find
Small businesses have shown the strongest growth outlook in two years in the last quarter, but shortage of skilled labour remains a critical issue.
IT leaders unprepared for e-discovery process, research finds
"Business and IT leaders would be well-advised to immediately take a proactive approach to their e-discovery readiness."
The 2017 National Disaster Recovery Survey - win $200
Is your current disaster recovery solution suitable for your needs? Take this simple survey and be in to win $200.
The six steps to discovering the X factors in the employee experience
Collecting feedback from employees at every stage of their interaction with the business can show the employee experience.
Skills gap too large for organisations to fully benefit from mobile strategies
The skills gap in the IT industry is often a hot topic, as many see skills as a major barrier to the implementation of enterprise mobile strategies.
Study finds the key drivers behind growing app economy in APJ
CA Technologies recently announced the Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) results of a global Economist Intelligence Unit survey.
Study reveals confidence in digital transformation – despite challenges
‘Digital transformation’ is a common group of words thrown around to label the current evolution of the modern workplace, and for good reason.
Employee engagement surveys crucial to organisational change
Employee engagement surveys are one of the crucial drivers in delivering and enhancing employee engagement programs, according to Qualtrics.