Udemy reveals surge in AI training demand with first ChatGPT anniversary
On its ChatGPT's first anniversary, Udemy reveals a vast 5,226% increase in demand for AI-related training in Q1 2023.
OpenUK report examines state of open source skills in the UK
OpenUK's 'Skills or Bust' report highlights potential for economic growth through open source skills in the UK.
Katathani Collection boosts revenue by 15% with IDeaS G3 RMS
Thai-based Katathani Collection sees a 15% surge in resort revenue, and a 20% boost in average daily rate, using IDeaS G3 RMS.
35% growth in multi-camera conferencing demand amid remote work
Boom Collaboration saw a 35% increase in demand for multi-camera conferencing due to remote meeting enhancements.
Oracle announces healthcare-specific features for Fusion Cloud Suite
Oracle announces new healthcare-specific capabilities for the Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications Suite at the Oracle Health Conference.
Tablet shipments down 29.9% as demand continues to weaken
Global tablet shipments decline by 29.9% in Q2 2023, with weak demand and low consumer confidence, according to IDC. Apple leads, Samsung ranks second.
Global PC shipments drop in Q1 2023 due to poor demand: IDC
Weak demand, excess inventory, and a worsening macroeconomic climate were all contributing factors for drop in PC shipments Q1 2023, according to the IDC.
The Sydney Business School extends its SAS collaboration
University of Wollongong extends collaboration with SAS to meet demand for skilled business analytics professionals.
Common challenges in the evolving digital world, and how to overcome them
Companies faced with the challenge of digital transformation are encountering issues such as talent shortages and technical debt.
Manhattan helping Sonepar transform distribution network
Sonepare is expanding its current Manhattan Active Warehouse Management capabilities to support its ongoing global omnichannel supply chain transformation.
How the metaverse will change the future of the supply chain
The metaverse is set to significantly change the way we live and work, so what problems can it solve in supply chain management?.
Salesforce unveils new offerings for consumer goods companies
Salesforce has announced new products for consumer goods companies to help brands navigate increasing market complexity more easily.
NZ manufacturing sales rise 0.4% in 3rd-qtr, as metal offsets slide in dairy, meat
New Zealand manufacturing sales rose in the third quarter as an increase in output of metal building products offset a decline in volumes for both.
NZ dollar little changed vs. Australian dollar after RBA talks down currency
The New Zealand dollar was little changed against its trans-Tasman counterpart after the Reserve Bank of Australia kept its key rate at a record lo.
China's crackdown on polluting tanneries, Russia sanctions drive record slump in lambskin prices
Global lambskin prices have collapsed from the first quarter's record highs, as a Chinese crackdown on polluting tanneries and Russian trade sancti.
New Zealand export log prices edge up in November; Chinese demand remains weak
New Zealand export log prices edged up in November although demand from China, the country's largest market, is likely to remain subdued until the.
Arvida Group raises $75 million in IPO
Arvida Group, the new retirement village operator, has raised the full $75 million sought through an initial public offering following strong deman.