BMI-TechKnowlege MD Ryan Smit will speak at the upcoming ITWeb Digital Economy Summit on the future of digital marketing and the role that data plays in the transformation process.
David Ambler, people and organisation digital product development and manager at PwC, discusses what these trends mean in a business context and what a company like PwC is doing to keep up.
Tracker's Mojapela Makau asks whether you change for your customer or because your customer has changed.
Anton Cabral, partner and managing executive of LRMG Performance Agency Digital, takes us on a journey towards digital transformation.
Digital Kungfu's Matt Brown to speak at ITWeb Digital Economy Summit on how exponential tech is changing the shape and future of business.
The collaboration aims to help accelerate the digital transformation of the global manufacturing industry.
SNAPnSAVE plans to expand into Nigeria and international markets with the funds.
Emerging markets have unique issues and challenges that force businesses to approach innovation differently.
Costs, access to smartphones and lack of knowledge about using digital platforms are some of the barriers, notes FNB.
Geoff Nell, co-founder of Metatrans Business Services, talks to ITWeb Events about the road of digital transformation in South Africa and how to stay ahead.
HouseME CEO Ben Shaw speaks to ITWeb Events about the new start-up's digital platform, which was launched in the Western Cape in September last year.
The programme explores critical business skills and gives technology entrepreneurs the chance to meet potential investors.
Jason Levin, a businessperson, marketeer and mentor who is passionate about start-ups and change, discusses his research project and presentation at the ITWeb Digital Economy Summit 2017 in November.
ComUnity revolutionises the way organisations succeed in a digital world. Our low-code platform reduces the cost and complexity of digital transformation by connecting data, choreographing digital operations, and creating contextualised customer experiences that run everywhere.
The CIO Council of South Africa, of which Microsoft is a founding member, was established in May 2009 as platform for CIOs to discuss common challenges, share knowledge and learn from each other.
It has been formed as an independent Council, governed by a Board of Directors, (lead by Len de Villiers Group CIO at Telkom) who amongst other things determine the themes and topics for discussion during the quarterly meetings. Microsoft, as the sole sponsor, supports the CIO Council with the logistics around the event. Over the years, the CIO Council’s quarterly meetings have gone from strength to strength, and are now attracting between 100 to 120 of South Africa’s leading CIOs.
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The IITPSA has a proudly South African heritage of more than half a century of serving the South African body of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) practitioners and professionals. Established in 1957 by a few like-minded 'computer professionals', registered in 1958 as a limited company (then converted to a Section 21 company, now Not-for-Profit Company (NPC)), the IITPSA has grown into a body that is reinventing itself in the twenty first century.
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