Seysener and his team created a bespoke analytics platform that addresses the complexity and demand for coal chain analysis.
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Rapid growth drove the need for Broughton and his team to deploy innovative technologies at King Furniture
Blackman and his team created the Carsales Intelligence Academy to help solve some of their most pressing challenges
Fitzgerald has helped Tennis Australia progress from survival to innovation mode as it applies lessons throughout the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic
Early in her career at a tech leader, Mary-Beth Hosking found it difficult to empower people to undertake tasks, preferring to micromanage team members and not give everyone a chance to step up.
Wells and his team created a digital restart fund which has transformed how digital projects are brought to life within the NSW government
Over the last 12 months Dixon and his team have played a fundamental role in transforming hummgroup
In mid-2021, Curtin Uni CIO Cowie published a digital roadmap to start creating seamless digital experiences for students and staff
Clarke seized the opportunity to innovate in data management to address a decoupled and heavily manual mining value chain at Perenti
Serrano has led GroundProbe on a digital transformation journey to ensure IT services are flexible, scalable and can deal with the constraints of legacy infrastructure
LGIAsuper's CTO, Ivan Ortiz has positioned the company’s technology division as an asset and competitive advantage during merger and acquisition conversations.
The Australian Swimming team that competed at the 2021 Tokyo Summer Olympics performed better than any other in the country’s history.
When Seven West Media took back its digital rights from Yahoo in 2018, the company started building the 7plus platform. Two years later, the platform and the team managing it were starting to experience pain.
Everyone is a technologist at baby product retailer, Baby Bunting according to general manager, IT and product management, Matt Rodda.
During his career, Southern Cross Austereo’s (SCA) chief technology officer, Stephen Haddad, made one key mistake: he chose to remain in a role that he was no longer passionate about.