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SMB business confidence drops as economy tightens – survey
The survey took responses from over 200 firms, comprising micro (up to 5 staff) and intermediate businesses (6 to 20 staff).
Auckland's Paymark sold to French company for $190 million
Paymark is a specialist electronic transaction processing company based in Auckland.
John Key’s next big venture - ANZ gets a new chair & board member
“The National Bank and ANZ brands and technology systems were successfully merged in 2012 and the business has grown significantly.”
Dimension Data, Deakin Uni & Vic Govt work with industry to boost Australia's cyber skills
Students can choose to take a 12-week internship at ANZ, Deakin, Dimension Data or the NAB after they have completed their studies.
Expanding the C-suite: Why customers need a seat at the table
Yet, as with everything conceptual, there are wide-ranging views of what human-centred design actually means.
8 businesses that launched te reo Maori initiatives for Maori Language Week
“It may be as simple as saying ‘Morena’ every morning or saying ‘kia ora’ instead of ‘thank you’. Be brave and give something a go.”
ANZ awarded best small business bank by CANSTAR
“Specialist business banking is essential for the success of our SMEs and the critical role they play in our economy.”
ANZ continues digital evolution with search for technology partner
“This is not about one big-bang technology project with a finish line.”
ANZ and Westpac announce blockchain trial with IBM and Westfield operator
The trial uses distributed ledger technology to digitise the bank guarantee process used for commercial property leasing.
Fieldays: Tech poised to play a big role in NZ farm management
“I think New Zealand industries want to do the right thing, and most farmers are keen to adapt farm practices and invest where they can."
Intel A/NZ MD Kate Burleigh throws in the towel after 20 years
One of Intel’s most noted country managers has decided to call it quits as the managing director for Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ).
The 2017 Budget is like an “ABBA medley” says ANZ chief economist
There is plenty to get excited about with the recently announced 2017 Budget, according to ANZ chief economist Cameron Bagrie.
NZ small businesses show solid growth in first quarter of 2017, but skilled labour hard to find
Small businesses have shown the strongest growth outlook in two years in the last quarter, but shortage of skilled labour remains a critical issue.
Vertiv A/NZ: New name, new brand and newfound focus
The launch follows the global campaign to rebrand Vertiv as a standalone company, after the completion of the sale to Platinum Equity.
ANZ Bank to roll out voice biometrics for high value transactions
From mid-2017, ANZ customers will be able to use their voice to transfer more than $1000 through ANZ’s mobile apps.
How low-code platforms enable digital transformation in ANZ banks
Technology savvy customers across ANZ are demanding for technologies such as mobile commerce and the use of smartphones for banking transactions.
Sick of machines swallowing your cards? ANZ introduces PayWave to its ATMs
PayWave is now available on all ANZ ATMs starting from today, eliminating the risk of machines getting too hungry and swallowing your cards.
Technology trends to cause seismic upheaval across sectors throughout A/NZ
We anticipate seismic upheaval across some industries, of which the financial services industry is no exception.
ManageEngine announces first ever ANZ regional manager
With today’s announcement, ManageEngine has made its intentions for growth in Australia and New Zealand clear.
ANZ Bank appoints former government exec as new CISO
ANZ Bank has appointed a new chief information security officer who hails direct from the Australian Government.
Malwarebytes makes intentions clear for ANZ channel with new execs
Malwarebytes has expanded its presence in the Asia Pacific region with a double executive appointment.
New area vice president for Citrix ANZ
Citrix recently announced a new area vice president of ANZ, after making a transfer from Cisco.
Kiwis SMBs feel confident, but concerns over skilled staff remain
"Concern about finding skilled staff continues to create a potential wedge between growth prospects and actual growth."
Kiwi SMBs confident about business outlook but our skills shortage is still a drag
Small businesses are more confident about their economic future, but they're finding it harder to grow as sourcing skilled talent becomes harder.