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Apps don’t always talk to each other Apps can be craps when trying to interconnect. You may have live, real time data in Salesforce, want to use some of that in Marketo,…
Man versus machine We are creating so much data from so many sources it is hard to get your [human] head around it.
Oracle Marketing Cloud knows exactly who you are Oracle Marketing Cloud has introduced a series of new data management platform features that enable its customers — those who want to engage with consumers —…
Microsoft cracks the code on speech recognition – as good as humans Microsoft has “cracked the code” achieving computer speech recognition on parity with humans for conversational speech.
VIDEO interview: Holocentric’s take on becoming a successful Australian IT company Bruce Nixon, Holocentric chief executive has spoken to iTWire about the company’s strategy for success and its perseverance, innovation and lateral thinking to remain competitive…
Sharryn Napier, Qlik Australia, NZ The Business Intelligence (BI) and analytics market in Australia is growing strongly for BI provider Qlik. Outside the US and European markets, Australia now represents…
Microsoft to focus on AI Microsoft has announced that more 5000 of its engineers and computer scientists will join its new AI and Research Group.
Yellowfin uses BI to predict Bulldogs to win 2016 AFL Grand Final Yellowfin is using business intelligence or BI, allowing its data analysts to make the prediction that the Bulldogs will defeat the Sydney Swans in the…
Tramada travelling with Yellowfin with BI integration Sydney-based travel industry software solutions company Tramada Systems has integrated Yellowfin’s Business Intelligence platform into its cloud-based travel automation solution.

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