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Retail Food Group (RFG) chief digital officer, Kevin Wordon, knows a thing or two about bringing data-driven, technology fuelled marketing into a business.
Proving the value of marketing’s contribution to Nude by Nature’s bottom line has become a reality for the digital team after rolling out a data-driven reporting solution.
Tapping emerging technology and building external partnerships is helping IAG put customers at the centre of its business model and providing the vehicle for future products and services, according to the group’s CEO.
The need for change can be difficult to accept for any business, especially for one that has been operating successfully for almost 70 years. But by embracing the need for digital transformation, family-owned equipment hire company, Kennards Hire, has found a new customer segment while improving service to existing ones.
TelstraSuper has given its brand a makeover and relaunched its website as part of efforts to bring the superannuation firm up to speed with member needs.
Digital disruption, and the rise of the connected consumer through social networks and mobility, has made relevant and seamless customer experience the key to competitive advantage and sustainable growth.
The push to transform customer experiences through data-driven digital capability is empowering CMOs and giving the marketing function an increasingly important role to play in digital transformation, Microsoft’s Australian CMO and COO claims.
Macquarie Banking and Financial Services Group chief digital officer, Luis Uguina, considers himself the “chief trouble making officer” of the c-suite. His ultimate responsibility, he says, is to challenge old ways of working and foster a culture that embraces customer experience in its core vision, agility as its mantra, and failure as a step towards success.
Mention the Royal Agricultural Society (RAS) to a resident of NSW and they will most likely tell you about livestock, dagwood dogs and showbags. But if Cale Maxwell and his team prove successful, that association will soon include fine food, wine and beer.
IT and marketing teams that aren’t working cohesively together in the face of rapid digital change will struggle to keep up with consumer expectations, the Royal Automobile Association of South Australia (RAA)’s IT leader claims.
Deakin University has launched what it claims is a category defining website redesign, one of a number of proof points aimed at demonstrating the educational institution’s role in driving digital innovation.
Providing customers with a digital experience that’s as personalised and intuitive as that from Netflix or Spotify isn’t just about digital smarts and consumer insights for Macquarie Bank, it’s also about embracing agile ways of working.
A chief digital officer and data are going to be the keys to helping the City of Sydney get out of the rut of rubber-stamping paperwork and addressing community needs more effectively and innovatively.
AMP’s chief has emphasised the financial services group’s ongoing quest to realign its operational model and employee rewards around customer experience and needs during the group’s half-yearly results announcement.
A range of “disruptive digital initiatives” has helped Domino’s to a record double-digit increase in network sales and net profits for the full year.
Machine learning is at the peak of the hype scale, but travel search giant Expedia has been building its core business on the technology for the best part of a decade.
How you plan your journey towards digital transformation, the alliances you make and routes you take, will directly impact how you enjoy the destination, Stockland’s CMO claims.
Meliá Hotels teams with Accenture to personalize the customer experience using digital tools
A three-pronged approach to digital transformation encompassing a new online portal, big data services project and technology accelerator are helping to not only innovate but also unify Australia’s agricultural community.
When it comes to digital transformation, it’s your teams and their imagination and creativity, not pure technology, that will make success possible, according to Sydney Opera House CEO, Louise Herron.
There are few industries that have been as resistant to digitisation as financial advice and wealth management. But just as automation and online servicing have reinvented stock broking and other services in the greater wealth management sector, traditional advisors are also turning increasingly to digital tools to boost their service offerings.