DiUS’ Beth Skurrie and Corrine Liang have been recognised for their professional achievements in the ARN Women in ICT Awards for 2020.
A few weeks ago, I was given the opportunity to participate in a GameDay on a client engagement. As this would be my first Gameday, I was super excited, however I had little idea about what to expect, or how I should prepare for it. In this blog post, I’ll share my own personal experience from participating in a GameDay, with a focus on the more technical side of things.
DiUS announced four-time finalist in the ARN Innovation Awards for 2020.
The FinTech sector has grown tremendously over the past five years, and is also extremely fast moving with new themes emerging. With payments and neo banks now well established, the major themes in this year’s program were health and wellbeing, RegTech, InsurTech, back office, claims and risk, data management and corporate social responsibility.
Sporting comebacks are often synonymous with overcoming the odds in the face of adversity. There are many great examples of this littered throughout history. Whilst there are memorable moments in the comeback itself, it’s in the journey that you’ll discover…
DiUS named two-time finalist in the 2020 CRN Impact Awards.
This post continues the journey as we try to answer these questions: Is there some way to “pass through” the conversation from Connect to another NLU solution like Rasa? And Is there really no way to automate deployments of our flow logic?
If you work in the call centre space, you’ve probably heard of Amazon’s cloud contact centre offering Amazon Connect. And if you’re based in Australia you might also have heard that Amazon made Connect available here in early 2017. A diverse range of companies including NAB, Square and Subway (to name a few) have already started migrating parts of their call centre operations to Amazon Connect.
Being configuration driven, open source and very pluggable, kubernetes remains one of the most loved and sought after platforms in the community. I’d like to share some of our own learnings and insights from being in the trenches, delivering value on kubernetes.
While everybody seems to be talking about Kubernetes, they have different reasons for doing so. In this blog I’ll look at the various reasons we have come across for businesses wanting to use Kubernetes, and if and when it makes sense.