Australian bank accelerates its digital, data and analytics plans

NAB is accelerating its digital plans with further acquisitions and the continued rollout of a digital home loan platform. The company has 60 percent of its apps migrated to the cloud to better position it to combat cybercrime and use digital data and analytics to improve consumer outcomes.

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Aussie retailer aims for better global customer picture and segmentation

May 12, 2022

Aussie brand Dissh launched phase one of the rollout in February to link up all email, social advertising and customer data. It is expected to deliver greater customer visibility by automating and integrating of audiences across all channels, while built-in test-and-learn capabilities will eventually be extended across all touchpoints to bring personalisation into business processes.

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Singapore’s Carousell acquires fashion thrift store brand RefashHi

May 12, 2022

Singapore’s C2C buying platform Carousell has signed a deal to acquire omnichannel fashion recommerce retailer Refash in Singapore. Off the back of its partnership with Ox Street to power authentication capabilities for secondhand streetwear, the acquisition reflects the group’s laser-focused drive to solve barriers of convenience and trust in selling and buying secondhand.

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Rokt Funding Grows Valuation to $2.4 Billion

December 6, 2022

We have a full pouch of stories about Australian companies but our Emerging Markets editor has threatened bodily harm if I poach them. I can sneak in Aussie-born ecommerce personalization vendor Rokt, because it’s now based in New York. They’ve completed a secondary funding at a valuation of $2.4 billion, one year after a $325 million Series E at $1.95 billion. Not bad in a down year for tech stocks.

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