With the country’s quite complex geography, the biggest challenge in doing e-commerce in the Philippines is obviously logistics. Lazada has 700...
BASH (Build Amazing Startups Here) has seen strong growth in the Singapore startup ecosystem over the past year. Starting out with just one...
We speak to John Zanni, CMO and senior vice president of channel and cloud strategy at data protection firm Acronis on the topic of marketing, and...

FEATURES

India’s e-commerce business is expected to grow 6X to US $101.9 billion by 2020, according to a CII-Deloitte report. Powered by...
India is on its way to becoming the start-up capital of Asia, says Shashank ND, CEO of Practo, a healthcare platform that...
In the competitive retail environment today, image recognition technology offers many tangible benefits to retailers, especially...
The issuance, management and governance of shares of private companies has remained unchanged for hundreds of years. Otonomos'...
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"Marketing might need to understand how quickly something can be developed, what it means to disambiguate or dedupe data, which they’ve never had training for. Likewise, developers who used to isolate themselves in esoteric development would miss out on things like AirBnb where the programming was not necessarily hard, but the idea mattered." Read More...
- Roger Magoulas, Director of Research, O’Reilly Media

BUSINESS APPLICATIONS

To drive digital transformation and ‘as-a-service’ solutions
GE, Microsoft, OSISoft, SAP and Software AG join the partner program, along with more than 25 other innovative companies
Subscribers can now conveniently tap to pay at StarHub Shops using their iPhone and Apple Watch

MANUFACTURING

Industry 4.0 is not a revolutionary process, but an evolutionary one. The switch is not usually a linear progression, and new business potential frequently arises in the course of, or even after, launching Industry 4.0...
In terms of low-cost labor, agile manufacturing capabilities, favorable demographic profiles, as well as market and economic growth
Companies recognize need for digital literacy but overlook millennials.