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Pickles partnering with Eclipse

Case study for D365 Phase 1 Looking to move to the cloud and in need of an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution that would provide visibility over all operations, we recently enlisted Eclipse, a DXC Technology Company. Acting as a single source of truth for decision making, flexibility and scalability to expand the business in any direction, we updated our systems to Microsoft...
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Driving New Insights At Pickles

The last six months have been busy ones for our Insights team. With the recent announcement of the formation of Datium Insights within the Pickles Ventures group, the team is busy rolling out a number of new analytics services to provide actionable insights to our vendors.    These services include:     Residual value and valuation...
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Pickles Photodome - A First In Australia

Pickles understands that buyers want to see as much detail as possible before bidding on a vehicle or purchasing at fixed price. And, in the future, we expect even more buyers will conduct their entire vehicle purchase process online without seeing a vehicle in person - so we want to make sure we're providing these buyers an in depth view of their new vehicle before they bid or buy. ...
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Extending the Auction Experience With Facebook Live

In today's digital world, attending an auction doesn't have to be a physical event. While many will enjoy the atmosphere and excitement of attending a Pickles auction event in person, others may find it more convenient to view an auction online and bid at home. Our Pickles Live bidding platform makes it easy for trade and private buyers to view our auctions and bid on a car they'll love, and...
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Tesla: A Long Wait For the Model 3 In Australia

Many Tesla fans have anxiously awaited the launch of the Model 3, a more budget-friendly model in comparison to other vehicles in the Tesla line. While not inexpensive, the Model 3 is expected to be priced around A$50,000 - making it more accessible than the Model S and Model X.     There have been over 400,000 pre-registrations to the car to date, indicating...
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A Commitment To Innovation: Pickles Ventures

At Pickles, innovation is at the heart of our business. This innovative spirit is nurtured within all of our divisions and lines of business. We seek not just to implement new technology within our auction processes, but to innovate in ways that improve the customer experience and journey for all of our partners and buyers. We continue to drive a fully-integrated business model with...
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What happened to all those Samsung Galaxy Note 7s?

Whether or not you owned a Samsung Galaxy Note 7, you likely remember the massive issues last year when defective batteries caused several of the devices to burst into flames. To protect customers and prevent any further incidents, Samsung offered exchanges and refunds on the devices.        (photo credit: techcrunch article)   ...
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How Will Big Data Transform Industrial Work?

"Big data" and the "Internet of Things" have the power to transform all industries. Most of the buzz in this sector is around home automation and connected cars, two spheres which are easy to understand for a layperson and directly applicable to all of our everyday lives. The fundamental concept of collecting data via sensors and deriving insights from it will transform every industry, and...
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Maas Plant Hire Sale

 
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Another Aussie challenge for driverless cars: Roos

  One of the biggest advantages self-driving cars should be able to give us is a reduction in the number of collisions. For collision detection, self-driving cars use technology such as LiDAR, which fires pulses of light and measures how quickly they rebound, compounding that information with many other environmental variables, or optical camera-based systems. The...
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