How empowering your credit control team could lead to profitable growth in 2024
Empowering credit control teams with automation technology and a proactive involvement in strategy could fuel profitable growth for businesses in 2024, despite a gloomy economic outlook.
AI and sustainability amongst key fintech trends for 2024
Lanistar Chief Executive Officer, Jeremy Baber, spotlights AI, Gen Z adoption, and sustainability as 2024's major fintech trends.
Tech Data uncovers trends in APJ technology sector with annual report
Tech Data releases an APJ-focused supplement to its annual 'Direction of Technology Report', detailing trends, forecasts and business strategies within the regional technology sector.
Vodafone encourages Australians to recycle unused mobile devices
Vodafone urges Aussies to recycle old mobiles this holiday, revealing 22.3 million devices lay redundant across the nation.
Paymentology named 2023 technology leader in SPARK Matrix for CMS
Paymentology lauded as a technology leader in the 2023 SPARK Matrix for Card Management System by Quadrant Knowledge Solutions.
Permira becomes majority shareholder in CSI Group amid leadership shakeup
Permira becomes main stakeholder in tech firm CSI Group in major ownership shakeup, anticipating significant growth.
Aryza unveils innovative embedded finance products
Aryza launches new 'embedded finance' products, Aryza Originate and Aryza Lend, to revolutionize the financial sector.
Oracle and Mastercard partner to streamline B2B payment transactions
Oracle partners with Mastercard to streamline B2B payment transactions, aiming to simplify fiscal mechanisms via Fusion Cloud ERP.
Four marginal gains for the new era of credit decisioning
Businesses in banking and finance are turning to innovative technology for credit decisions, with machine learning playing a key role.
Why Credit Clear credits its rapid growth to analytics, powered by Sisense
Data and analytics are transforming businesses in APAC, with personalised data enhancing product prices and customer loyalty, according to Sisense's report.
Three mobile traders plead guilty to ComCom charges
Three mobile traders selling goods including electronics at higher prices than retailers have pleaded guilty to charges brought by ComCom.
Debtor Daddy: Provider of credit control as a service
Debtor Daddy offers credit control as a service; sends reminders, automates payment and has a human call slow payers.
New Zealand export log prices edge up in November; Chinese demand remains weak
New Zealand export log prices edged up in November although demand from China, the country's largest market, is likely to remain subdued until the.
Vodafone refunds Kiwi credit after Cyclone Evan
Following this week’s devastation caused by tropical cyclone Evan, Vodafone has announced it will credit all Kiwi customers’ calls and TXTs to Fiji, Samoa and American Samoa.
Telco’s text-bomb cancels TV ad
Vodafone pulls TV ad after second person is bombarded with texts and calls thanks to a number mix-up.
Telecom stumps up $5m for XT compensation
Customers affected by the XT outage last week will be offered free calling, texting and data downloads in a compensation package expected to cost Telecom $5 million.
Compo after TiVo glitch
Telecom is compensating around 150,000 broadband customers following a network upgrade for TiVo that resulted in slow speeds and billing errors.