Should all of your digital operations be located in one central location or do you need a local digital operations outpost in every country your company works in? For international firms, this is a critical decision, and each company has their own set of caveats: ownership structure, customer base, and
“Information technology is revolutionizing products, from appliances to cars to mining equipment. Products once composed solely of mechanical and electrical parts have become complex systems combining hardware, sensors, electronics, and software that connect through the internet in myriad ways. These “smart, connected products” offer exponentially expanding opportunities for new functionality,
The current economic environment enables many large companies to succeed, while many small and medium businesses (SMBs) are suffering. Adding to this divide are the changes created by AI. Right now, larger companies are investing in AI because they recognize the opportunity to dominate a market using this technology. Big
You cannot escape the everyday realities of Artificial Intelligence (AI). All Fortune 1000 business leaders in diverse industries have AI focused initiatives well underway. Global companies in both enterprise and mid-markets are rapidly innovating to grow new revenues, increase profits, and discover new value in product and service offerings via
Covid-19 has forced business leaders to accept that automation will arrive earlier than expected. It is therefore timely, albeit in less-than-positive circumstances, to look at which type of companies will, and will not, thrive in the future. Many articles about Artificial Intelligence (AI) have sensationalized the effect of automation as the grim reaper of jobs. However, it will not be jobs that will be automated, but rather tasks within those jobs – in fact any tasks that can be put into a process. The success of companies in the future will depend upon their willingness to find those tasks that can be automated.
In its report, Forrester notes that many companies are set to invest more in automation than in rehiring in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, corroborating earlier reports that had claimed many businesses were already planning to accelerate their automation strategies.
It seems like every industry is betting on artificial intelligence to help revolutionize how things are done. It is no different in real estate, where new technology companies are looking to help buyers and renters in their searches. Here are a few companies doing just that. NobbasHeadquartered in Montreal, this
One of the more prominent voices demanding localization belongs to India’s richest man, Reliance Chairman Mukesh Ambani, who declared recently that Indian data should be owned exclusively by Indian citizens.