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Here’s why people analytics technology will drive strategic decisions for HR in 2017
However, in order for businesses to make strategic decisions, HR departments are increasingly required to not only understand an organisation’s workforce analytics, more importantly, they need to apply data intelligence company-wide.
These six leading Australian SAAS startups have been selected by KPMG and Advance for...
It is targeted at later stage B2B startups, who have ideally secured seed funding, turnover of at least AU$500,000, and have proven traction in local or overseas markets.
Strong winds of disruption: how alternative lenders are beating the Big Four banks
Just as disruptive start-ups are rethinking almost every industry out there, alternative lenders are assessing risk in an innovative way, using big data in real time to enable more businesses to get the capital they need for growth.
Australian HR software provider ELMO is the first to market with ATO integration
First-to-market in the HR sector, the ELMO ATO integration further automates the onboarding process, increasing the responsiveness and cost-effectiveness of the HR team, as well as improving the employee experience.
Software start-up RedEye gets $250,000 grant and launches new mobile work app
The funding will accelerate the launch of RedEye’s new workforce mobility solution, RedEyeWFM, which aims to help the business grow its share of the projected US$320 billion global enterprise mobility market.
Sport’s digital future: cloud technology, social media, and other breakthroughs on the horizon
Advances in technology – including cloud computing, Software as a Service and the next generation of CRMs – are all changing the landscape for sporting organisations. However, the primary influence on sport’s digital future is not – strictly speaking – technology-based. Social media, and the ways organisations and their stakeholders are using it, are redefining what it means to interact with a community. So, how is the digital landscape changing and what future does it hold for Australian sport?