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Capterra finds AI tools far from being commonplace in HR
AI in HR: SMEs need to do more to integrate the technology while addressing concerns of transparency and ethics, according to a Capterra study.
Offboarding strategies crucial during economic downturn
Over a third of Australian companies have made lay-offs in the last year, according to a study by Capterra. Find out more here.
Shoppers more likely to purchase a product with influencer support
Influencers are a key ingredient for Australian SMEs' marketing strategies, according to research by B2B software search website Capterra.
Software programs power hybrid working - Capterra report
Capterra has revealed the results of a study on flexibility in the workplace, and how software could be the crucial tool in the next stage of hybrid working.
Aussie businesses not taking action to minimise climate impact
Many Australian businesses are concerned about climate change but reluctant to take action to reduce emissions, says study by Capterra.
Australian software spending set to increase in 2023
Economic instability and a global pandemic have seen many businesses rapidly digitising and investing in various tech solutions.
Aussie consumers want more control over their personal data
Capterra has released the results of a study on first-party data collection, revealing consumer attitudes towards enterprise use of their personal data.
Capterra survey reveals Australian consumer shopping sentiments
Australian Consumers Value Privacy: Capterra Study Reveals Attitudes towards First-Party Data Collection, Incentives, and Trust.
87% of Aussies subscribe to a streaming or subscription platform
Almost 90% of Australians subscribe to at least one product or service, with over half only subscribing to streaming platforms, says Capterra study.
41% of Aussie businesses have endured a ransomware attack
41% of small businesses have experienced a ransomware attack, according to a study by Software Advice. 27% of those targeted have paid the ransom.
4/10 Australian SMEs fallen victim to cyber-attacks since pandemic
Almost four out of teb SMEs in Australia have fallen victim to cyber-attacks since the pandemic began, according to a new study.