What sets these organisations apart is the degree to which they are able to make use of data. By Stephen van Coller and Varsha Ramesar.
The results for the financial year to July 2021 released on Thursday may give the optimists something to cling to.
Promoted | The Brics formation offers South African companies unprecedented access to markets that make up more than 40% of the world’s population, says EOH’s chief commercial officer in this podcast interview.
EOH Holdings, the JSE-listed technology services group, has appointed IBM veteran Ziaad Suleman as chief commercial officer of its core iOCO business.
Exclusive | Rob Godlonton, a former top executive at EOH Holdings, is spearheading the development of a new IT services business in the JSE-listed Reunert stable.
EOH expects its losses to narrow significantly in the six months ended 31 January 2021, but the shares fell sharply in reaction to a trading statement published on Thursday.
Promoted | In the final episode in this week’s series of podcasts with iOCO executives, we speak to Brian Harding and Richard Vester about the company’s expertise in software development and cloud computing.
Promoted | Ever since the advent of industrialisation, we’ve been fearful that machines are about to put us out of work. The evidence – and our experience – suggests otherwise. By iOCO’s Christiaan Kriel.
Promoted | In the fourth episode in TechCentral’s podcast series with iOCO, TechCentral speaks to Colin Millar about the rapidly growing importance to business of application programming interfaces.
Promoted | It used to be that getting value from software in a business was mostly about what technologies were available, and your ability to develop those that weren’t. Application programming interfaces have changed that. By iOCO’s Colin Millar.