AI for manufacturing - Chinese market AI adoption trends
General artificial intelligence is a frontier research discipline to build computerized systems that perform tasks requiring human intelligence. In contrast, Industrial AI is concerned with the application of such technologies to address industrial pain points for customer value creation, productivity improvement, cost reduction, site optimization, predictive analysis and insight discovery.
How do successful sales & product teams innovate together?
Most mature companies and highly successful startups organize themselves by function and those functions could turn into silos. Innovation success is facing a common obstacle, which is usually the misalignment between product and customer-facing teams.
The state of B2B sales and marketing
The transition from field to virtual sales involves a high degree of adaptation to the current sales force structure and their work habits: Power shift, such as changes in account and deal responsibility Shift in the sale process from physical and phone to virtual and digital and shifts in privileges, such as specific work benefits.
The future of IoT payments
IoT payments are triggered by devices with a high level of autonomy, based on data that the device collects and analyzes. Their value lies in removing people from the loop in order to enable autonomous systems, improve process efficiency, or provide better customer experiences.
How to effectively shift your organization to a problem-solving mindset
A detailed mapping of processes to stakeholders, activities, and pain points reveals the operational details behind problems worth solving. Enterprise challenges are more complex than consumer challenges. For consumers, the pain reporter, buyer, and user are usually the same person. In enterprises they rarely are.
Three edge computing trends and why you should care
Edge computing involves hardware and software technologies that enable storage, computing, and processing close to the device that generates or consumes data. ‘Close’ is a relative term that could include servers co-located with cell towers, on premise servers, or operational devices.