Engineering giant John Holland has appointed Roger Wahl as its new chief information officer following the recent departure of long-standing senior tech executive, Chris Walsh.
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UBank has partnered with Australian fintech Basiq to provide a machine learning-powered budgeting tool that provides its 560,000 customers with spending insights across 40 categories.
Optus has promoted its deputy chief executive Kelly Bayer Rosmarin to CEO after only 10 months in the role.
Excluding Huawei from Australia’s 5G roll-out will act as a ‘5G tax’ on citizens and increase the cost of deploying the technology by between $700 million and $2.1 billion, the networking giant said on Wednesday.
Carsales’ former CIO, Ajay Bhatia has been appointed in the newly created role of managing director, Australia at the online vehicle seller.
The Australian government has selected Infosys to replace a significant part of Centrelink’s 30-year-old welfare payment system.
CIO Summit Melbourne 2019
Tech execs gathered in Sydney for breakfast to learn how they can deal with the cloud skills gap across their organisations. The event was sponsored by Amazon Web Services.
Many of Australia's top senior tech executives gathered at Sydney Studio Tower for the unveiling of the CIO50 for 2019. The gala dinner was sponsored by Slack.
“Every role I’ve held as a CIO, permanent or interim, in aviation, utilities and the NSW Police Force, it’s the changing people context more than technology that has been the most complex challenge I have experienced,” says NSW Police Force’s chief information and technology officer, Gordon Dunsford.
The legal sector is facing unprecedented disruption and law firm Minter Ellison’s ambition is to set the standard for impact through innovation for its clients and people.
Two years ago, Western Earthmoving didn’t have a technology program; it didn’t even have an IT team.
In 2017, Adelaide’s Flinders University was in the middle of a significant organisational change when chief information officer, Kerrie Campbell, was hired to help improve operational efficiencies and replace legacy systems as the university modernised its processes and workforce.
Over the past five years as chief information officer at Mercedes-Benz Australia and Pacific, Oliver Schmill has transformed the IT organisation’s role from a mere service provider into a highly integrated and consulted business partner.
The Commonwealth Bank (CBA) has the highest digital engagement of any bank in Australia by some margin with the latest evolution of the CommBank App, launched in July, increasingly becoming the primary touch point for its customers.