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Transformational opportunities in data

February 4, 2019 4:21 pm Published by Comments Off on Transformational opportunities in data

Mitch Prevett, SVP Head of Quantium Americas speaks with Andrew Ah Toy, Head of Strategy and Asia about the transformational opportunities in data and our US experience


Q.Centre for retail owners

January 17, 2019 10:20 am Published by Comments Off on Q.Centre for retail owners

Kyle Evans, Group Executive Product & Technology discusses creating simple and intuitive products


Q.Refinery – the opportunity for banks

January 17, 2019 10:17 am Published by Comments Off on Q.Refinery – the opportunity for banks

Kyle Evans, Group Executive Product & Technology discusses turning transactional data into transformational opportunity with Q.Refinery


Strengthening AI in ASIC

December 12, 2018 3:49 pm Published by Comments Off on Strengthening AI in ASIC

Artificial intelligence, especially recent developments in natural language processing, allow for automated systems to capture key information from documents, synthesize it into a usable format, and make fast recommendations about problematic content.


The 12 categories of Christmas

December 12, 2018 2:10 pm Published by Comments Off on The 12 categories of Christmas

At Christmas time, Aussies shop with their feet rather than fingers. Here’s some of Australia’s favourite offline retailer categories during the holiday season.


Making the most of Christmas buyer behaviour

December 6, 2018 9:28 am Published by Comments Off on Making the most of Christmas buyer behaviour

Comparing Christmas market trends to the rest of the year is incredibly interesting. Bigger purchases, larger social occasions and increased offline shopping mark a significant shift in buyer behaviour.


Open Banking will pave the way for more transparent banking in Australia

December 4, 2018 12:43 pm Published by Comments Off on Open Banking will pave the way for more transparent banking in Australia

The great irony of the Royal Commission into Banking is that it has focused on bank behaviour which, thanks to new rules in the financial services sector slated for next year, will become largely redundant of its own making.