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  • Sharing the stories of the CIO50 2017: #2 Kim Wenn, Tabcorp

    Smartphones have transformed the gambling industry. Digital turnover for ASX-listed Tabcorp – which generated more than $2 billion in revenue in FY17 – grew by close to 14 per cent over the last financial year.

    Written by George Nott05 March 18 10:01
  • Tabcorp CIO Mandy Ross reveals tips to surviving the ‘boys' club’

    Tabcorp CIO Mandy Ross recognises it’s tough being a female leader in IT. But she’s managed to carve a place for herself amongst the ‘boys' club’ in corporate life by developing her own ‘unique’ leadership style.

    Written by Jennifer O'Brien22 Feb. 18 13:13
  • ​Tabcorp CIO wants ‘all-in’ cloud

    “If I had my way, I wouldn’t have a data centre in three years,” Tabcorp’s CIO, Kim Wenn, tells CIO Australia.

    Written by Byron Connolly14 April 16 15:23
  • Tabcorp turns to Poland for tech skills

    One of Australia’s biggest technology users, Tabcorp, is using a development centre in Krakow, Poland to access application developers with skills needed by the multi-billion dollar organisation to build its digital capabilities.

    Written by Byron Connolly12 April 16 15:34
  • New approaches to IT service management

    Digital organisations such as Tabcorp and REA Group are extending their ITSM practices and techniques beyond the traditional and entrenched ITIL framework.

    Written by Gerard Norsa23 Oct. 13 14:37
  • Tabcorp bets on Telstra in big telecom deal

    Tabcorp has agreed to a multi-million dollar, five-year contract with Telstra for mobile and fixed telecom services in Australia and overseas.

    Written by Adam Bender16 July 13 11:26
  • Tabcorp grows Q1 revenue 2.7%

    Shares in Tabcorp (ASX:TAH) grew more than 4% on Wednesday, after the company reported revenue growth across its four gambling divisions

    Written by Dylan Bushell-Embling12 Oct. 11 18:44
  • Tatts fails to win Victorian monitoring license

    Tatts Group's (ASX:TTS) association with gaming in Victoria will now end completely in August 2012, after the company failed to win a machine monitoring contract

    Written by Dylan Bushell-Embling14 Sept. 11 18:16