IT chiefs gathered at Melbourne's Eureka 89 to discuss the challenges they face when implementing internet-of-things projects. The luncheon was sponsored by Software AG.
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Bulletproof’s Lorraine Longhurst, describes how the online bank succeeded in adopting an Agile approach to software development
How a move to the cloud is helping Kincare stay competitive in an aged care sector undergoing significant change.
Today’s competitive business environment demands that software development processes are as streamlined and automated as possible to ensure innovations are released on time.
Winter falls on Canberra again and the cardigans come out of the mothballs. It’s the funky new ‘agile’ cardigan this year, newly beloved of our nation’s leaders.
Mike Schuman discusses why cloud is the foundation for digital transformation at Woodside, and how iterative customer engagement provided better business outcomes at WA Police.
IT leaders gathered for a roundtable luncheon to learn how business rules automation can completely reshape the application development lifecycle to give their organisations a competitive advantage. The luncheon was sponsored by Progress Software.
More than half of Australian enterprises are expected to make multiple investments over the next year to implement a DevOps strategy, according to new research.
MYOB on Monday reported record revenue of $140 million for the first half of 2014, up 21 per cent on the previous half, on the back of strong demand for cloud-based accounting software.
Study Group is moving its admissions process into the cloud as part of a larger strategy to move away from bespoke systems over the next two to three years.
Business Process Management (BPM) products have been around for many years, but in recent times, they have become more sophisticated and there’s been a marked increase in uptake by corporates and government departments.
Red Hat is extending JBoss up the middleware stack with a new business process management suite that gives organizations advanced decision and process automation capabilities.
Is your project management office (PMO) seen by your business as a great black hole of cost and despair? Adopting a customer service mind set might help change that view.
Digital organisations such as Tabcorp and REA Group are extending their ITSM practices and techniques beyond the traditional and entrenched ITIL framework.
Organisations answer thousands of questions every day, ranging from how to determine how much to charge a customer for a service or whether to deny or approve an insurance claim. Unfortunately, manually answering these questions can be time consuming and negatively impact business results.
Companies invest heavily in projects and they do so for one compelling reason: their ability to compete might depend on it. However, their ability to execute these loftier ambitions is sometimes hindered by poorly functioning, costly and process heavy project portfolio management (PPM) environments.
At a time when professional wages are only starting to recover from the global economic downturn of recent years, project management salaries in Australia have continued to rise.
The value of implementing an IT service management (ITSM) program is clear. Leveraging good processes in the enterprise IT environment to manage and measure incidents, problems, changes, service levels and risks is an almost ubiquitous objective of internal and external organisations providing IT to the business.
Change management is fundamentally flawed, according to Diane Dromgold, managing director at project delivery firm, RNC Global.
Telstra has reduced the time of its order-to-activation process for its Telstra IP telephony service by 70 per cent after implementing business process management (BPM) software by Pegasystems, a Telstra official told the Gartner BPM Summit yesterday in Sydney.
CIO Executive Council member profile: Geoff Quattromani, Asia Pacific business analyst, data and analytics, Johnson & Johnson
Johnson & Johnson's Geoff Quattromani struggled in high school but he has managed to carve out a successful career in IT.
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