Rapid payments system to shake up SA’s banking sector
Analytics giant SAS eyes IPO in 2024
The company expects to continue to bolster its strong financial foundation in the coming years as it prepares for a potential entry into the public markets.
Low-code: The jet fuel of agile adoption
Low-code capabilities circumvent lengthy development cycles and rigid legacy systems to rapidly produce new applications that meet immediate business needs.
Creating real value through data analysis
Pulling out a single version of the truth and disseminating more widely relies on data preparation processes that ensure all data sets are relevant, accurate and usable, says Sean Taylor, director at Insight Consulting.
Mint Group honoured by Microsoft
The company achieves the Microsoft Business Applications 2021/2022 Inner Circle award.
Standard Bank bolsters chatbot with insurance claims function
The big-four bank enables insurance cover and claims capability via its WhatsApp-based chatbot.
Guardians of product performance track app development step by step
Performance engineering is transforming software development and the job descriptions of all those engaged in it, ensuring consistent production performance results.
Zoho Invoice offered for free to SMEs
The tool includes time tracking, auto recording of expenses, project billing and tax handling.
Are you focusing on bells and whistles for your ITSM solution?
To evaluate an IT service management solution, companies should weigh its cost, flexibility, scalability and time to value, says Susan Van Zyl, head of sales and marketing, JMR Software.
Video: SYNAQ introduction and services
SYNAQ delivers advanced business e-mail solutions that allow enterprises to communicate, comply and collaborate flawlessly.
New tool will measure tech, innovation adoption at municipal level
The science and innovation ministry eyes widespread adoption of its tech-based tool that assesses the science, technology and innovation readiness levels of municipalities.
More locals take to Cisco Webex for remote working
The networking giant sees a 30% to 40% increase in the use of its video-conferencing solution locally, as more firms opt for remote working policies.