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  • Coles migrates to Azure to boost digital across entire business

    Coles has inked a partnership with Microsoft that sees the shopping giant adopt Azure as its cloud platform of choice. The move is aimed at accelerating digital transformation to enhance customer experience and improve business productivity.

    Written by Jennifer O'Brien09 July 19 08:54
  • Coles goes on ‘digital network’ shopping spree

    Coles is set to digitise its stores with the rollout of a high-speed network across 2400 stores, supply chain and corporate sites in a bid to drive efficiencies.

    Written by Jennifer O'Brien01 March 19 13:59
  • SAP things are happening at Coles

    ​Coles Group has tapped SAP to transform its operations across procurement, human resources and other business processes.

    Written by George Nott12 Feb. 19 09:48
  • Claire Rawlins leaves Coles

    Coles’ chief innovation officer Claire Rawlins has left the retail giant just over four months after stepping into the role. Rawlins has joined Salesforce as vice president, strategic advisor according to her LinkedIn profile.

    Written by Byron Connolly10 Sept. 18 15:31
  • Coles CIO Claire Rawlins now Coles CIO

    ​Coles chief information officer Claire Rawlins has changed roles, and is now the supermarket group’s chief innovation officer.

    Written by George Nott24 April 18 12:35
  • ​Conrad Harvey lands at Linfox

    Former Coles CIO, Conrad Harvey, is the new IT chief at logistics company Linfox. Harvey is replacing Morgan Hurwitz.

    Written by Byron Connolly02 Dec. 16 15:47
  • ​‘The way we lead must change’: GE Mining boss

    Former GE Mining CEO, Steve Sargent, discusses why adopting a ‘connect and inspire’ leadership style, articulating expected behaviours, and even increasing R&D are keys to success in a disrupted business world.

    Written by Byron Connolly22 Sept. 15 16:02
  • Bunnings drives productivity with iPod Touch rollout

    Bunnings is aggressively developing mobile apps for its retail employees following a deployment last Christmas of 1500 iPod Touch devices to store staff, according to the company's mobility team leader.

    Written by Adam Bender22 Oct. 14 08:30