How empowering your credit control team could lead to profitable growth in 2024
Empowering credit control teams with automation technology and a proactive involvement in strategy could fuel profitable growth for businesses in 2024, despite a gloomy economic outlook.
Harvey Norman NZ sales dip $100 million in financial year 2023
Harvey Norman's NZ sector faces financial woes, reporting a $100m plunge in sales revenue and a 33.6% decrease in net profit for 2023.
British workers lose £76m a year from unclaimed expenses, reveals study
Unclaimed expenses cost UK workers an alarming £76 million annually, according to a new study by WalkMe.
Oracle NetSuite unveils AI-driven enhancements at SuiteWorld 2023 event
Oracle NetSuite has showcased AI-driven product upgrades at SuiteWorld 2023, aimed to streamline costs and boost efficiency.
Cloud ERP platform Wiise launches in NZ, giving business a next step solution
Cloud ERP platform Wiise launches in New Zealand, offering tailored solutions for financial services, manufacturing, and warehousing sectors.
Oracle enhances cloud infrastructure with new developer tools and AI models
Oracle has upgraded its Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) with new developer tools and AI models for enhancing application development.
How outsourcing payroll can deliver a measurable ROI
Given payroll's importance and complexity, it's understandable that payroll professionals are under increasing pressure to get it right.
Whispir reports significant revenue growth as CaaS market expands
Australian cloud platform Whispir achieves record full-year revenue of AUD$70.6m, up 48%, driven by new Communications-as-a-Service offerings.
One in five Aussies never reimbursed for work expenses
A new survey has exposed Australian employee job dissatisfaction, with many being left out of pocket for work expenses.
Bulletproof flags wider than expected loss of $2 million
Bulletproof has warned that it now expects a larger loss than originally anticipated at $2 million despite an improved revenue.
SAP NZ takes massive profit hit with cloud and software revenue down, services up
A rise in services revenue hasn't been enough to stop SAP New Zealand’s profit for the latest financial year crashing 97.5%.
Cisco NZ back in black as sales and profit increase
Cisco Systems New Zealand is back in black, recording a profit for the latest financial year and arresting decline in sales.
JB Hi-Fi NZ profit slumps despite revenue growth
JB Hi-Fi NZ has seen its final profit for last financial year almost halved, despite an 11% rise in revenue and a jump of nearly 13% in gross profit.
Local Gartner revenue, profit rise on back of program and event gains
How much is industry intelligence worth? Gartner Australasia's latest financials shed light shed light on demand for analysis - and industry events.
Increase in corporate travel requires better tech, says Concur
Business travel is on the rise, highlighting the need for technology platforms to make the process more efficient, according to Concur.
Cisco NZ takes a hit as revenue drops and losses increase
Cisco Systems NZ faces financial woes as revenues fall 11% to $22.2m and losses soar by 162% to $804,635 in the 2015 fiscal year.
Trade Me annual profit flat as increased expenses curb revenue growth
Trade Me posted a similar profit for its 2015 financial year to 2014 as increased spending ate into bigger revenues.
GeoOp widens annual loss as it chases US customers
GeoOp, the workforce management app, widened its annual loss as it invests in product development and adding new customers.
F&P Appliances records surge in global sales, narrows full-year loss
Fisher & Paykel Appliances, the Auckland-based manufacturer and consumer credit company owned by China's Haier Group, narrowed its full-year loss in 2.
Anzco posts weaker 2014 profit after taking control of Five Star Beef
Anzco Foods, New Zealand's third-largest meat company, said profit halved in 2014, a year in which it bought out shareholder Itoham Foods' half stake.
Kathmandu slows pace of store openings after first-half loss
Kathmandu Holdings, which operates 157 outdoor clothing and equipment outlets, is pulling back the pace of new store openings after aggressive price d.
Airways 1H earnings fall 36% as new businesses miss forecasts, costs rise
Airways Corp of New Zealand, which is in charge of the nation's air traffic control, posted a 36 percent decline in first half profit as its investmen.
Callaghan quizzed by MPs over 'failures,' grants to foreign companies
Callaghan Innovation, the government backed innovation hub, faced questions this week from opposition MPs about why it had funded companies that subse.
NZ govt posts small surplus in 7 mths to January as tax take swells
The New Zealand government posted a small operating surplus in the seven months through January as tax revenue beat expectations, while costs were sma.