"Over the past few years, we have shifted to a micro-service architecture that places us perfectly to expand our services to our international partners," Bhatia said. "CY15 will see many of these initiatives delivered to our international investments," he said.
The organisation will also keep innovating throughout the year, he said. Carsales.com.au has been running hackathons inside its business for a while and these events have changed the way the company thinks about innovation and talent, said Bhatia.
"In CY15, we will spend more on exploring new technologies and businesses. The key enabler to make all this happen will be top talent and that will, as such, be a key focus," he said.
Using big data and analytics techniques to improve services across the business is also important, he said.
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