Technology now allows us to combine digital tools with physical space to create a modern digital workplace – one that uses the best capabilities of both. A New Digital Way Of Working During the global pandemic, when many of us were prevented from working in our usual offices for an
Conventional wisdom says it takes three to five years and tens of millions of dollars to digitize a corporation’s supply chain. However, a few companies have reaped major benefits – including higher revenue and customer retention – with a faster, cheaper approach. It involves assembling available data; using analytics to
Companies were shifting to everything-as-a-service IT even before the pandemic boosted the value of flexibility, and the second Deloitte Everything-as-a-Service (XaaS) Study shows adopters increasingly prizing the XaaS model. Introduction Over the past decade, leaders have become increasingly taken with the idea of everything-as-a-service (XaaS). Across industries, organizations have looked
After a year of disruption and unexpectedly rapid transformation, CEOs are reassessing mindsets as well as business operations, aiming for both agility and resilience as they look to the months ahead. Introduction: Adapting To Disruption When I speak with CEOs, they leave no doubt that they have been thrown into
Executives must play a proactive role in making sure their digital design functions in the best interests of users. Doing so has the potential to give companies a deeper and more positive relationship with its customers. Brands that design their sites to exploit consumer behavioral bias (or those that fail
Succeeding in digital transformation begins with platform selection – finding the right constellation of basic apps plus the ability to rapidly regenerate error-free, running code to support a business’ changing processes. Small and midsize businesses’ front office software is under-configured for a digital transformation. Many companies have old software suites
Collaborations that require information sharing and mutual trust between companies, suppliers, and clients can be tough, particularly in the remote era. But blockchain’s distributed ledger – and its use of smart contracts – can simplify the process, creating a common, reliable record of transactions and avoiding costly disputes. In doing
Earlier this month, Adobe rolled out a customer data platform (CDP) built from the ground up, with first-party data in mind. Aptly named Adobe Real-time CDP, the platform promises to help brands navigate a brave new cookie-less world, where third-party data is no longer cash cow or king. Salesforce also
AI has the potential to significantly improve the quality and cost of health care. But as companies design new offerings, they must take into account the obstacles they will encounter in persuading customers, regulators, and payers to accept their offerings. This article identifies those obstacles and how specific kinds of
Cashless payments are on the rise. They are fast, easy and convenient. Worldwide, cashless transactions have become the norm. But Germany’s central bank and government are still clinging on to cash. Can they stop the move towards a cashless society? Our documentary shows who is behind the worldwide anti-cash lobby.
Almost daily we are seeing some new piece of news regarding the impact of the global chip shortage. To many, it feels like this came out of nowhere, but in reality, this has been a potential outcome for some time. Government trade restrictions, issues in production, and the Covid-19 pandemic
Alessandro De Luca, the CIO of Merck Healthcare at Merck Group, delivered the keynote “Merck’s Digital Transformation: The Journey to a Connected Healthcare Experience” at the Technology Insight Summit in Europe. De Luca discussed the potential of smart hospitals, the app-based future of medicine, digital therapeutics, virtual medicines, and more.