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Databricks accelerates APJ expansion following $250 million funding round
Databricks announced the opening of new offices in Sydney, Tokyo and Bangalore.
Exclusive: Okta’s APAC GM on its expansion strategy
As APAC organisations recognise the need for identity and access management solutions, Okta finds itself attracting attention from both partners and customers.
Taking the right cybersecurity precautions in China - Cylance
China is already Australia’s largest import and export trading partner, and President Xi Jinping recently implied that it’s unlikely to slow down.
Tech Data appointed as Autodesk’s ASEAN distributor
“Our relationship with Autodesk in ASEAN reinforces our commitment to providing channel partners and their customers with an end-to-end portfolio."
Aussie retailers using WeChat as a channel to Chinese consumers
DaigouSales.com allows Australian brands to sell directly into China via locally based Chinese WeChat users who buy on behalf of their friends.
Aus payments fintech Verrency signs long-term agreement with UnionPay
Verrency’s services will be delivered via the UPI Wallet, Union Pay’s innovative API service.
Kiwi fintech startups need to focus more on Asian markets
Kiwi startups can learn much from what’s happening in Fintech markets in China, India and Vietnam.
Aus startup partners with Alibaba Cloud to access China-Australia travel market
Cozitrip’s online platform allows Chinese travel agents to book in bulk and at the same time.
Exclusive interview: Workday’s aggressive APAC expansion and dipping into PaaS waters
Techday caught up with Workday APAC president David Hope to talk about what the cloud-based HCM provider is up to.
Kiwi businesses need to engage more with Asia opportunities - NZTech chair
“The Kiwi tech sector must be an active part of the NZ story, presence and engagement in SEA to gain more brand awareness and business tractiion."