Gigabit magazine - July issue is now live!

By Tom Wadlow
Adyen, Deutsche Telekom, Oracle, Mercedes-Benz and T5 Construction Services all feature in the July edition of Gigabit magazine, which is now live. Thi...

Adyen, Deutsche Telekom, Oracle, Mercedes-Benz and T5 Construction Services all feature in the July edition of Gigabit magazine, which is now live.

This month we are excited to bring you a huge range of insight from business leaders as well as the latest tech news from companies all over the world.

Our cover story features an exclusive chat with Jussi Lindberg of Adyen, who discusses how the firm is looking to disrupt the payments industry.

We also caught up with Gibbs Hybrid, a supplier of technology for outsourcing and talent management which has made a real difference to businesses across the globe. We spoke to CEO and founder Farida Gibbs about the company’s current expansion into the US, and why customer centricity still remains paramount in any industry.

Meanwhile, Yulio, which uses virtual reality in architecture and design, is making waves in the technology and construction spaces – CPO Ian Hall told us more.

We’ve also brought you a list of the top 10 BI (business intelligence) technology vendors in the world as well as a handy guide to all the biggest tech events to look forward to in the coming months.

Don’t forget to check out our company profiles, bringing you all the latest digital disruption news from global names including Zimnat Group, Sun life Financial, Raben Group and MTN Sudan.

Click here to read the July edition of Gigabit magazine.

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