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  • Shake-up for SAP's local leadership

    ​SAP has appointed former COO Colin Brookes to the position of president and managing director for the company’s A/NZ operations.

    Written by George Nott04 July 17 14:30
  • CIO gives Sydney Water a new flow

    At the Sydney Easter Show last month, CIO George Hunt was at Sydney Water's booth, handing out merchandise and talking to visitors.

    Written by George Nott28 May 17 06:00
  • Microsoft Teams wants to take down the Slack

    Microsoft stepped into the enterprise collaboration market today with the full release of its Office 365, chat-based workspace Microsoft Teams.

    Written by George Nott15 March 17 03:30
  • QLD revives housing IT system overhaul

    ​Queensland's Department of Housing and Public Works has resumed work on its $56 million SAP system replacement project.

    Written by Hafizah Osman01 Feb. 17 16:43
  • ​Susan Doniz new Qantas CIO

    Qantas has appointed SAP executive Susan Doniz as its new CIO following a global search. Doniz steps into the role following Luc Hennekens' departure in September.

    Written by Byron Connolly20 Dec. 16 10:25
  • NSW Transport ERP overhaul put on notice

    ​The NSW Audit Office has warned Transport for New South Wales that delays in its $196 million SAP-based ERP mega-project could impact the project’s total cost.

    Written by Leon Spencer01 Dec. 16 14:17
  • NSW Treasury new CIO: State must use its weight

    NSW Treasury’s new CIO, Miles Ashton, has said the state government must leverage its size to attract talent and get better value from vendors.

    Written by George Nott19 Sept. 16 11:21
  • Woolworths looks beyond ERP woes

    Woolworths has successfully completed what the supermarket group’s chief executive, Brad Banducci, believes is probably the biggest individual payroll implementation ever in Australia.

    Written by Rohan Pearce25 Aug. 16 13:02
  • SAP's big challenge: proving the business case for Hana

    SAP customers are slowly migrating to the company's Hana in-memory computing platform, but the German software giant still has its work cut out when it comes to increasing adoption.

    Written by Katherine Noyes10 Dec. 15 22:14
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