Kaplan has announced the acquisition of Sydney-based AI startup Red Marker, with the deal to see the company onboard Red Marker’s AI compliance technology.
MYOB has launched Advanced People, a new cloud payroll solution designed to help mid-market businesses manage their payments.
Two Peas is a dating app with a focus on using strict search parameters to create a more profound connection experience for its users.
Kiwibank has announced the seven startups who will be participating in its New Zealand Kiwibank Fintech Accelerator program.
Daybreak looks to help people change their relationship with alcohol by providing an online platform that enables users to access a support network.
Alibaba has announced a new alliance with twenty other large brands to combat fake goods, the aptly named Alibaba Big Data Anti-Counterfeiting Alliance.
Stackla has raised $4 million in a fresh funding round, with backing coming from existing investors Bailador Technology Investments.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella reveals next stage of Australia’s investment into artificial intelligence
During an official first visit to Australia, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella revealed the next stage of Australia’s investment into artificial intelligence [AI].
Singapore-based data analytics startup Nugit, founded by Australian entrepreneur David Sanderson, has raised US$5.2 million ($6.8 million) in funding from Sequoia India.
Australian SaaS startup Simple has today announced a total raise of $13 million that will be used to expand the company into the US market. With more than doubling its size since the 2016 financial year- clearing 240 percent growth per annum, Simple is well on its way to gain international traction.
Stockspot becomes first Australian robo-advisor to integrate AI and machine learning into financial advice
Sydney fintech startup Stockspot has become the first robo-advice platform in Australia to integrate AI and machine learning functions into financial advice. The company has today announced the launch of its new digital financial assistant to help clients optimise their investment behaviour.
When it comes to customer service, Facebook’s recently announced Messenger bots are the talk of the tech world, and Sydney foodtech startup HowAboutEat has worked fast to integrate the new feature into its offering.