Businesses are waking up to the digital age with the latest Deloitte CIO Survey revealing 80 per cent of businesses have either increased or kept their IT budgets the same this year.
A majority of retailers are positive about the upcoming Christmas period, the second annual Deloitte Christmas Retailers' survey found.
The housing sector is expected to be a key player in retail recovery hopes, according to an August quarterly retail report from Deloitte Access Economics.
The future of retail has arrived, according to a leading industry report.
A joint Deloitte Telstra report says being too late in digital will cost more than being too early.
Fashion website brandsExclusive took out the top gong of the 2012 Deloitte Technology Fast 50.
Payless Shoes has been placed into voluntary administration, which comes 10 days after the shoe retailerâ€™s managing director resigned.
Retail trade along with the finance, professional services and information, media and telecommunications industries are expected to face both significant and imminent digital disruption as they grapple with the technologyl transformative reality.
Due to the mass adoption of smartphones, it is changing the way people are able to pay, a new report from Deloitte says.
Television still stands as the most influential form of advertising in Australia, according to Deloitte's State of Media Democratisation survey.
Data transparency and a seamless multi-channel experience are what customers want and what retailers need to cater for in order to succeed in the changing environment, according to Deloitte.
Deloitte's global technology, media and telecommunications report has predicted Australian households will spend $5.44 billion on computers and software, which is 80 per cent of the estimated $6.8 billion total.
The world's 250 largest retailers recorded sales growth in excess of 5 per cent in fiscal year 2010, according to Deloitte's 2012 Global Powers of Retailing report, in conjunction with STORES Media.
Traditional Australian retailers are not moving quickly enough after Deloitte found that some of the most successful start-ups are online retailers.
The FCA has warned the government should be wary of adding red tape and regulatory burdens when business confidence is low.
The pace of Australia’s recovery from the natural disasters has stalled of late, according to the March quarter 2011 Deloitte Access Economics’ business outlook.
The Deloitte Access Economics report said household appliance sales will strengthen as the construction of new homes commenced in 2010 is completed later this year.
Woolworths and Wesfarmers are the only locals that made it to Deloitte's Global Powers of Retail 2011 list of 250 largest retailers, which was based on their sales performance for the fiscal year 2010.
Shopping site Getprice has been announced as one of Australia’s fastest growing technology companies by the Deloitte 2010 Technology Fast 50 Program.
The high dollar, skill shortages, wage rises and the expectation of hikes in interest rates are putting pressure on businesses, a survey by the Australian Industry Group and Deloitte revealed.
Recently released Deloitte research gave federal members of parliament a clear picture of the characteristics, operations and complex issues unique to independent retailers for the first time.
A definitive list of finalists has been announced for the Online Retail Industry Awards, with over 50 businesses listed as contestants across 10 award categories.
Epicor Software Corporation recently launched Epicor Retail Mobile Marketing for retailers, offering an interactive, cost-effective and personalised marketing channel to target mobile consumers.
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has approved funding for an investigation into the collapse of Australian white goods business Kleenmaid, with a focus on insolvent trading.
Kleenmaid liquidator Deloitte has denied speculation that the Kleenmaid brand and its customer data had been sold.
Kleenmaid liquidators have completed the sale of both the EDIS spare parts and Kleenmaid Customer Solutions (KCS) service and maintenance businesses for an undisclosed amount.
Amid almost 200 pages of information regarding Kleenmaid's dodgy practices, administrator Deloitte has highlighted that among other things, director Andrew Young spent almost $400,000 on boat expenses with Kleenmaid funds.
Around 200 Kleenmaid creditors attended the first meeting of creditors in Brisbane yesterday convened by administrators, Deloitte Partners John Greig, Richard Hughes and David Lombe.
Deloitte yesterday confirmed that customers will not be receiving any Kleenmaid appliances even if they have already been paid for.
The directors of the Kleenmaid Group have called in voluntary administrators to take control of the business.