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Unlockd takes on Google, delays IPO

Australian tech startup, Unlockd, has applied for an injunction against Google’s AdMob and postponed its imminent debut on the Australian Stock Exchange as a result.

Digital Marketing

Society will decide where digital marketing takes us next: Oracle

The sophistication of the Australian digital market, plus the rapid rate local marketers have embraced personalisation and metrics, is phenomenal, global leaders from the Oracle Data Cloud team believe. Now, they say, it’s up the marketers globally to ask the right questions about where they want this technology to go.

Digital Marketing

AustralianSuper launches chatbot, live messaging

AustralianSuper has launched its chatbot, ‘Ash’, following the soft launch of its in-app messaging platform in December last year, which has seen more than 50,000 messages sent, and the achieving a 92 per cent overall customer satisfaction rate.

People

How to design a customer-driven culture

There’s no doubt leading organisations have recognised customer experience is vital to future-proofing a business. But CX doesn’t all happen at the customer service end of the buying cycle. Increasingly, organisations are realising to offer great CX, a customer-driven culture must be behind every aspect of interaction.

Strategy

How Westpac NZ is working to service its CX ambitions

It sounds ridiculously ambitious for a big four bank to become one of the world’s great service companies, but that’s just what Westpac NZ is trying to achieve, and it has the CX management technology to prove it.

Leadership

Rest Industry Super launches new brand

Consumers feeling disengaged from super funds has led Retail Employees Superannuation Trust (REST) Industry Super to launch a new brand, now to be known as Rest.

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Social purpose: Oxygen for your brand health vitals

If trust is the new currency, then we’re in deep trouble. Here's why.

Carolyn Butler-Madden

Founder and CEO, Sunday Lunch

Customer experience disruption: Healthcare faces a bitter pill

Over the past decade, disruptors such as Amazon, Apple and Australia’s Atlassian have delivered technology enhanced customer experiences, which for the most part, have improved customers’ lives and delivered unparalleled growth. Can they do the same for healthcare?

Alex Allwood

Principal, All Work Together

How can a brand remain human in a digital world?

Some commentators estimate that by 2020, 85 per cent of buyer-seller interactions will happen online through social media and video*. That’s only two years away, and pertinent for any marketer.

James Kyd

Global head of brand strategy and marketing, Xero

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How this banking group tackled a digital marketing transformation

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Its great to hear that companies including JCDecaux, oOh!media, Omnicom and Posterscope Australia have all partnered with Seedooh inorder...

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Out of home advertising companies strive for greater metrics and transparency

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Much ado about nothingAnother fluff piece around what it could possibly do rather than what it is doing

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How AMP is using AI to create effortless ‘experiences’

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is it true that Consumer expectations are also changing as a result. If we trust someone with our data there is also an expectation that ...

Sunita Madan

Society will decide where digital marketing takes us next: Oracle

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This Blog is Very interesting to read and thank you for sharing the valuable information about Machine Learning. The information you prov...

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What machine learning has done for the Virgin Velocity program

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