How CEOs should utilise digital transformation

There is an urgent need for CEOs to listen to their customers in order to thrive amid digitalisation. Consumers who are pleased with their digital experience were over eight times more likely to stay with a brand than those who were unsatisfied.

Ride-sharing app to expand mobile wallet services

Gaining the approval of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas has allowed the Company to help millions to participate in the cashless, digital economy without the need for a bank account or having to download a separate and additional set of apps.

NSW opens mental health month with virtual mentoring trial

Digital storytelling will share stories by people who know what it is like to be cared for in a hospital for mental health reasons. This is significant as nearly half of all Australians will experience some form of mental illness during their lifetime. No one has to suffer alone.

Tech enabled security

OpenGov Asia attends the Security Industry Conference and Safety and Security Asia Exhibition 2018. Minster for Manpower and Second Minister for Home Affairs, Mrs Josephine Teo, emphasised the need for modernising security services.

Indonesia’s ITB develops Blockchain ID to protect data

Users will be able to change, manage their own data and be able to track who else maybe using their identity. Having preventive measures in place, against the possibility of misuse of personal data, will be very useful especially in this digital era.

The Indian law enforcement leveraging AI to identify criminals

The facial recognition technology can identify a particular person and accounts for variables such as facial changes, age-gender handling and facial occlusion. The algorithms can conduct a deep-facial analysis within a millisecond with almost 95% accuracy.