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Digital Transformation Trends in Automotive

Top 5 Digital Transformation Trends in Automotive for 2019

Nowadays, consumers want seamless 24/7 connectivity—anything less just won’t do. That’s why this coming year, we’ll be seeing the automotive industry focusing more on connected automobiles—enhanced driver experiences—and lots of other things that have very little to do with—well—cars. Indeed, some would say the car industry is changing drastically—moving beyond automation to a new kind of digitized factory that produces ...
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Future-proof your IT Department

3 Keys to Future-Proof your IT Department

Let’s face it: the only thing we can count on when it comes to digital transformation is change. So, when we talk about digital transformation, we need to think about it in both present and future terms. For the IT department, that means trying to make sense of the latest technologies and how they can support your company’s strategic goals ...
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curiosity and data science

Curiosity and Data Science: Let it Drive Your Business

We all know the age-old phrase: curiosity killed the cat. But when it comes to data science, curiosity can make your business come alive. In fact, the right mix of curiosity and data science could be your key differentiator in digital transformation. Let me explain. In this new age of big data and data automation, lots of companies are using ...
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Digital Transformation Trends in High Tech Industries

Top 7 Digital Transformation Trends in High Tech Industries for 2019

So—what exactly is the difference between overall trends in digital transformation and digital transformation trends in high tech industries? Believe it or not, there is a difference—a big one. And it comes down to the solution being offered—vs. the technology being used to provide it. In other words, high tech is not the chatbot; it’s the natural language processing and ...
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Digital experience Management

The Ins and Outs of Digital Experience Management

A week ago, I ordered a product online using Walmart’s web-to-store functionality. The web site indicated there were only five of these products left in inventory—so rather than rushing to a store that carried it, I figured I’d click “buy” and pick it up at my earliest convenience. It seems like a great service, right? Except, when I went to ...
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