Planning news stories
Digital key for smart investment in public infrastructure for NZ cities
Major public infrastructure projects can better manage risks of cost overruns and delays if they deploy data and digital tools at the earliest planning stages.
New Infovista report identifies significant CAPEX savings
A new report by Infovista has found that making modelling more precise in RAN planning and designing can foster major CAPEX savings for mobile operators.
How AI and ML can help significantly enhance enterprise planning
AI and ML can take much of the hassle out of these often overwhelming business processes, and Jedox's AIssisted planning solution has proven on all fronts to be a notable example of this technology.
Discovering ransomware resilience with Accenture's PoV report
The sudden surge of cloud and data transformation initiatives across various industries has promoted a wealth of positive growth opportunities and experiences for many organisations.
Ryman selects CorPlan & IBM Planning Analytics with Watson as key finance service provider
Ryman Healthcare has selected CorPlan & IBM Planning Analytics with Watson to help handle its finance operations across Australia and New Zealand.
Tech experts share their five top data migration tips
An absolute must for all organisations planning a data migration, however complex, is to research vendors whose technology can simplify the migration – and choose the one with the most comprehensive solution and top support.
New forecasting and planning tool for SMBs launched in ANZ
giniPredict was launched in ANZ given the countries' ‘high levels of uptake for cloud solutions, the relatively advanced adoption of technology in general and maturity of the digital market’.
The top 10 trends shaping budgeting, planning and forecasting in 2021
For those still grappling with getting their budgeting, planning, and forecasting processes operating efficiently and effectively, ten key trends need to be considered, writes Board International country manager for A/NZ Nic Dennis.
Five contact centre planning mistakes and how to avoid them
A well designed and managed contact centre can be an asset to your organisation but implementing one successfully calls for careful preparation, writes MaxContact director for Australia operations Daniel Harding.
Planning – the critical task for CFOs in unpredictable times
How robust planning can help finance leaders steer their organisations through COVID-19 and beyond.
Only 8% of CFOs are factoring in a 'second wave' of COVID-19 into plans
According to a Gartner survey released yesterday, only a small portion of CFOs have a second wave of COVID-19 outbreaks factored into their planning scenarios, while 42% of CFOs are not incorporating a second wave outbreak at all in their plans.
The fascinating round trip of a Kiwi IBM partner
The story of how a Kiwi company was successful in Australia and now returning full circle to NZ.
Holidays are a great chance to think about tech for Term 2
Take a moment out of your well-deserved relaxation routine to do a little casual PD with Educators.