How manufacturers can use real-time data to shape better business strategies
Amidst surging inflation in Australia, manufacturers can use real-time data and ERP systems to shape fluid, effective business strategies.
What are the key trends that will shape the channel in 2023?
Growing trends towards self-service and increasing demands for rapid delivery are causing many businesses to rethink the way they service their clients.
Changing skill sets become major driver of business restructures
NZ and Aussie firms reshuffle for skills - Hays reveals restructuring drive for talent across sectors.
CSG to exit enterprise segment of its business amid poor performance
The company will re-align its business under three distinct segments and undergo significant restructuring operations.
EXCLUSIVE: Changes at Ingram NZ as Connector Systems fully absorbed
Ingram Micro NZ restructures, dispels layoff rumours, says MD Gary Bigwood.
Datacom Group undergoing major structural reshuffle
Datacom Group is now aligned into four market-facing businesses, which focus on specific geographies or sectors, including AU, NZ and international.
Redundancies ahead for HPE NZ employees amidst global restructuring
It has been rumoured that employees of HPE NZ could be facing redundancy due to the HPE Next initiative introduced by Meg Whitman last year.
Vocus reshuffle leads to separation of enterprise and wholesale
The split will result in four reportable operating segments and has lead to some leadership changes in those areas.
'The Court' gives green light to Avaya’s restructuring plan
Avaya's recovery on track as court approves its financial restructuring plan.
Isentia re-structures organisation, launches new brand and new data insight led services
Investments include the launch of ‘Stories’, an additional capability within its MediaPortal platform, which was recently upgraded.
Former channel boss takes the reins as ShoreTel's new ANZ head
Former ShoreTel channel boss Ben Swanson is taking over the reins as ANZ regional director, replacing Jamie Romanin.
Software vendors must offer change management, survey finds
IT leaders demand better change management support from software vendors, as 75% influence contract decisions, survey by Nitro reveals.
Avaya bankruptcy filing: What does it mean for ANZ?
While news on the future of Avaya has triggered speculation on the direction of the company, Avaya Australia & NZ assures it is business as usual.
Up to 4,000 jobs to be cut in HP's global restructure
HP to cut up to 4,000 jobs amid $300m savings drive and global PC market slump.
Cisco to axe 5,500 employees by next year
Cisco to cut up to 5,500 positions as part of effort to focus on software-defined networking products and services.
Intel slashes 12,000 jobs, focuses business on data center and IoT
Intel is slashing 12,000 positions globally as it refocuses its business around data center and internet of things and away from PCs.
Dick Smith support staff cut; employees owed $2m in annual leave error
The axe has fallen on Dick Smith support office jobs, while Australian staff may be owed up to $2 million in annual leave.
EXCLUSIVE: JB Hi-Fi Kiwi manager gone, no replacement planned
JB Hi-Fi's NZ general manager has exited the company, but the retailer has reconfirmed its commitment to the market with $15+ million in investment.
Rakon back to profit
Rakon swings to £3.2m profit, despite higher debt, shifting production out of the UK to boost margins.
Dick Smith ‘transformation’ continues with restructure
Dick Smith takes the axe to 80 roles in a bid to slash costs for a 'sustainable future'. Restructuring set for June completion.
ASX-listed Inventis sells unprofitable kiwi furniture unit to Hamilton-based firm
Inventis, the unprofitable furniture and technology company, has sold its New Zealand unit to a Hamilton-based building firm for an undisclosed sum.
Fletcher appoints Spaniard Irazusta to lead light building products unit
Fletcher Building, the country's biggest listed company, has appointed a former senior executive at CRH, a Dublin-based building materials group,,t.
Rakon narrows first-half loss, affirms annual earnings guidance
Rakon, which makes crystal oscillators used in navigation devices, narrowed its first-half loss and affirmed its guidance for annual underlying ear.
NZF in due diligence for reverse listing
NZF Group, the listed financial services shell company blocked from liquidating by its major noteholder this year, is in due diligence for a possib.