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Robert Evans says customers have higher expectations. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Data drives ICT opportunities

The growing use of technology as a business enabler is creating opportunities for information and communication technology (ICT) firms.

Rob Evans calls it the consumerisation trend that is driving change in the business technology sector.

“There is a view at the executive level in industry that says, ‘I can do it on Google, why can’t I do it internally’,” the Velrada chief executive says.

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