big data Australia

5 FAQs about Big Data

“By 2020, IDC expects the annual data-creation total to reach 40 ZB, which would amount to a 50-fold increase from where things stood at the start of 2010.” We have entered the era of “big data” where an unprecedented amount of digital information is being generated every day. If this information can be captured, managed, processed and…

digital transformation

Lessons from the Road

My conversations with clients and travels around San Francisco and Silicon Valley have taught me a lot about the value of relationships between service providers and clients. Do not fail to Grow. As a service provider, do you ask about your client’s plans to grow its business? Are you curious about their short-term and long-term…


IT-BPM industry registers 19% growth in revenue

Income reached $13.2B while jobs grew by 21% in ’12   The Philippine information technology and business process management (IT-BPM) industry posted a 19-percent growth in export revenues last year to $13.2 billion. Jomari Mercado, president and CEO of the Information Technology and Business Processing Association of the Philippines (IBPAP) said that last year’s revenue…


Australia Outsourcing set to Expand

A recent research reported that “Australian organisations are set to continue outsourcing more of their technology infrastructure and software applications“. The annual study by ITNewcom interviewed 60 executives at top IT spenders in Australia about their software outsourcing intentions and it found that 75% of organisations already outsource some of their applications, while 85% outsource some of…


Exist Heads to CommunicAsia and Joins SiTF

Manila, Philippines, June 11 — Exist, a global and multi-awarded consulting and technology engineering solutions leader returns to Asia’s largest integrated ICT event, CommunicAsia, happening on the 18th to 21st of June 2013. After the fruitful participation in CeBIT Australia, Australia’s number one business technology event, Exist heads to Singapore for CommunicAsia, signaling the company’s…


Philippines software industry earns US$1.16B

The Philippine Software Industry Association (PSIA) records that the country’s bustling software sector has generated US$1.16 billion in export revenue in 2012, a strong 17% leap from the previous year. More Filipinos have directly benefitted from the growth of company revenues in the form of available jobs in the market. The number of full-time employees…


Philippine ICT Forum showcases leading businesses in CeBIT 2013

Sydney, Australia, May 27, 2013 — Philippine businesses from information technology and business process management (IT-BPM) sectors will present their capabilities at the Philippine ICT Forum at CeBIT 2013, Australia’s largest annual business exhibition. They will showcase case studies and partnership opportunities between companies in Australia and the Philippines in areas such as IT and…