Hear the highlights from industry leaders presented their experience in digital transformation at Reinventing Financial Services 2019. Hearing from executives leading IT, operations, and lines of business from companies such as USAA, Bank of America, HSBC, Prudential, and many others in this session, we’ll cover the strategies and tactics for building the platforms necessary for reinventing customer experience, empowering employees and creating te
"Workday has been named the top-ranked ERP system for hospitals and healthcare organizations in the “2019 Best in KLAS: Software and Services” report by KLAS Research. In addition, we’ve been selected as a Category Leader in Talent Management.
We’re honored to be recognized for the second year in a row as the leader enabling healthcare providers to improve efficiencies, reduce costs, and deliver quality care.
And we wouldn’t be here without our customers. Learn more about how how their feedback contributed to our top rankings."
AI innovation in retail starts with a tech-forward company culture, from C-suite stakeholders down to every employee. AI greatly enhances a retailer’s ability to harness data for better merchandising, marketing, and customer service. It will not only complement existing retail jobs but introduce brand new roles and skill sets into the human workforce.
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is helping
companies reduce costs and improve on quality and
productivity by automating some of their most time
consuming, rule-based and replicable business
processes. RPA is especially effective in the banking
and insurance sector where it brings speed and
efficiency to customer service and compliance.
Based on artificial intelligence algorithms, Expert
System’s Cogito cognitive technology enables an
automatic, human-like understanding of the content of
text documents. Applied to RPA, Cogito adds greater
business value and ROI for both repetitive and
complex information-intensive processes.
Using Cogito, companies can expect up to 53%
savings on activities such as FTEs and warranty
management, and cost reductions of 30 to 60% for
email management and quote processing, etc.
Managing a large, diverse, and geographically dispersed fleet of client systems can be complex and time-consuming. With the increasing prevalence of smart, connected devices that are beginning to appear within the enterprise across industries, technology service organizations will face an explosive demand for a consistent approach to device management and security.
Using Intel AMT, service organizations can take simple and effective steps to enable more manageable client systems. They can streamline operations and create a consistent approach to managing a broad spectrum of devices. Powerful platform capabilities can help service organizations meet user needs, minimize downtime, and safeguard the enterprise. Service organizations can draw upon available solution reference architectures, implementation guides, and readily available tools from Intel and others to successfully activate Intel AMT and begin to realize its major benefits.
Published By: Flexential
Published Date: Jul 17, 2019
By 2020, there will be 50 billion devices producing 600Zb of data, driving enterprises to assess their IT infrastructures to keep pace with unprecedented data processing demands. Is your business ready to handle this data explosion?
In this on-demand webinar, you’ll hear Tim Parker, Vice President of Network Services at Flexential, and Craig Matsumoto, Senior Analyst of Data Center Services at 451 Research, discuss the evolution of data – and how enterprises are processing and creating it. Download now to hear Parker and Matsumoto examine how edge computing solutions are meeting the latency demands of an increasingly digitized world.
Published By: Flexential
Published Date: Jul 17, 2019
In a data environment that’s become increasingly centralized by public cloud services, the “edge” is emerging as a critical solution for reducing latency for network-based services. Consumption habits of services and the need for analytics are shifting beyond core population centers, becoming local and even hyper-local within a region or city. As the online population continues to grow and new services emerge, the ability to handle data traffic securely – close to the customer or application – will become a common pattern for the new service evolution.
The original Great eBook of Employee Questions was so popular that we created this outstanding sequel. In The Return of the Question Master, you’ll find over 60 new questions along with detailed information about why they are valuable and when they should be asked.
The seed of question mastery is within us all, but it must be nurtured like any other skill. We hope that by asking these powerful questions you will receive insightful answers to help you and your team gain a better understanding of yourselves, your culture, and the product or service you are bringing into the world.
Ypsomed is a leader in the development and manufacturing of injection and infusion systems. The company is keenly aware of the multi-billion dollar problem of poor medication adherence and the need to measure medicine intake and ensure doses are taken at the correct time.
Ypsomed sought to create a digital solution for medication adherence monitoring and smart device management for contract research organizations’ (CROs) use in clinical trials, including self-injection systems for trial participants to administer medications at home. Yet the company faced serious demands for remote device management, global scale, and privacy and security regulations such as HIPAA and GDPR.
To solve these challenges, Ypsomed adopted Philips’ HealthSuite digital platform (HSDP), a cloud platform built on Amazon Web Services (AWS). HSDP allows Ypsomed to connect devices to the cloud and remotely manage them; store data; and manage and scale services globally within healthcare regulatory, privacy, and s
Red Hat CTO for global service providers, Ian Hood, and TelecomTV talk about multi edge compute capacity and the fundamental need to have a common platform to deliver future services. ‘If you are not feeling some pain, you are not driving fast enough’, says Red Hat CTO, Global Service Provider, Ian Hood. The race to 5G is definitely on, and the use cases are clear. You can talk about multi edge compute capacity and other technical issues, but the fundamental thing is to have a common platform to deliver future services. We need to get to the point where IoT Everywhere, virtualized video and all the applications that come from new 5G services are delivered seamlessly. Even blockchain has a clear future within the telco environment where the world of eSIMs, secure roaming charges and identity management can alls be based on blockchain technology.
Every three years, members of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) meet to review, modify and add new National Electrical Code (NEC), or NFPA 70, requirements to enhance electrical safety in the workplace and the home. This year’s code review is well underway: the second draft of NEC 2020 is complete and the annual NFPA Conference and Expo is scheduled for late June.
What follows is a preview of what are, in my opinion, the most significant code changes on track to pass. In this blog, I’ll explore the reasoning for each change and the future steps the NEC may take beyond 2020 regarding:
Ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) protection
Service entrance equipment
Available fault current and temporary power
This is a high-level overview. In the coming months, my Eaton colleagues and I will dig deeper into each topic as part of a continuing series on the 2020 code review cycle.
Watch our webinar to gain “4 Creative Cost Strategies Changing Healthcare for Good.” You’ll hear healthcare experts from AON, Activate Healthcare, and Paladina Health share key insights on how to reduce employee healthcare expenses by understanding:
• 4 strategies to curb employer and employee healthcare costs
• What employers really want in their employee benefit offerings
• What the future of healthcare looks like—and why it’s brighter than it seems
The Scandinavian commercial vehicle manufacturer wanted better uptime and reduction of vehicle on road (VOR), and also provide real-time feedback and visibility to their customers. LTI helped streamline analytics to detect exceptions and create actionable and achievable high scalability with microservices and serverless architecture. Download full case study
With the number of food delivery users to be over 802 million worldwide by 2023, it’s clear that the online food delivery industry is in the midst of massive growth. In a crowded diner and delivery service landscape, are you positioned to stand apart?
Gain insights about the online food delivery industry from a global level, as we examine the three most competitive global markets, the unique challenges they face, and the biggest local players vying for customers.
Hungry for more? With this eBook discover:
Key insights to succeeding in these crowded markets
How location services can optimize routing and delivery
The role of drones, diner behavior and the future of restaurant kitchens
Whether you’re a private company moving people or goods, or a governmental organization responsible for managing traffic flow, urban environments present a common set of challenges. Greater safety, reduced congestion and pollution, a better consumer experience, more well-organized networks and intuitive vehicle use are shared goals for all those looking to transform urban mobility.
City transportation is about to undergo a seismic change. This presents a huge opportunity for businesses to improve their services and for public sector leaders to understand and manage networks more efficiently.
By reading this ebook, you will discover how location intelligence helps:
- Meet ever-increasing customer expectations of timely pick-ups and deliveries
- Improve safety and congestion across a road network
- Reduce operational costs and improve efficiency for movers of people and parcels
-Maximize the use of fleet vehicles and drivers by efficiently matching supply to demand
On-demand services that transport people in high volumes over short distances have a crucial role to play in changing urban transportation. New technology and data bring a wealth of opportunity for new mobility service providers to optimize, keep customers satisfied and achieve the operational superiority for which they’re all striving.
This ebook looks at the critical role location intelligence can play in helping on-demand organizations make that extra drop-off each hour.
By reading this ebook, you will discover:
- How accurate location, asset and routing data can aid fleet optimization and improve service response times
- How accurate pick-up and trip destination ETAs ensure time isn’t wasted connecting users with drivers
- How services can calculate the fastest possible route between multiple waypoints to maximize journey efficiency
Rehab programs will experience a major infux of medically complex patients, including those with neurological conditions, in the coming decades. The drastic increase is being spurred by an aging population. For instance, stroke prevalence is expected to rise by 21% by 2030, and more than 1.2 million citizens are projected to have Parkinson’s disease.
This leaves rehab leaders with one signifcant question: What can be done to prepare for the increase of medically complex patients? By evolving to meet the needs of this changing population, rehab programs can successfully meet the challenge, providing patients with the highest level of care while achieving greater performance standards.
In this whitepaper, we’ll examine the three areas that drive the greatest impact on treating medically complex patients: • Clinical staff • Tech innovation • Patient and family member experience
For 20+ years, many businesses have enjoyed the cost savings, operational efficiencies and process quality improvements that shared services centers (SSCs) were designed to deliver — but often not to the fullest extent.
In this eBook we will cover:
Standardized AP Processing without Disruption
Measuring and Evaluating KPIs with Automation
7 Tips for Mastering Modern-Day Finance SSCs
Achieving the Ultimate Control, Oversight & Orientation
In the innovation-focused world we live in, businesses that skimp on technology are the first to fall behind the competition. Top-performing enterprises have taken their AP operations to the next level by leveraging technology to streamline the AP process and allow for more strategic activities.This research report explores how best-in-class organizations are using emerging tech to operate AP departments at full potential and details strategies for success in the “Age of Intelligence,” including:
Adopting a customer service-led mentality for AP teams
Pursuing holistic & comprehensive AP process automation
Integrating more progressive technologies, such as mobility & RPA
Published By: Quovant
Published Date: Jul 09, 2019
Your legal e-billing is an important way to track and monitor your legal
spend. It is how you know how much your legal services cost, but
also what outside counsel is doing and how they are performing. This
should give you ample information to decide how to manage these
outsourced professionals. With the right e-billing software, you can
bring powerful insight into this area of your business.
Respond to customer feedback faster
Organizations are demanding greater flexibility from the software they use. Yet, most line-of-business applications are built on top of rigid commercial databases that make them difficult and expensive to deploy. By building applications on top of Amazon Aurora, a cost-effective database solution from Amazon Web Services (AWS), independent software vendors (ISVs) can get away from commercial databases and the hassles they create for end customers.
In this webinar, AWS Partner Network (APN) Premier Consulting Partner Onica will show you how to leverage Amazon Aurora to make it easier for customers to operate your software, in turn increasing sales. You will also learn how to leverage the breadth and depth of AWS services to improve developer productivity and become more responsive to customer feedback as a result.
Reduce costs and scale to meet customer expectations
Software-as-a-service (SaaS) delivery models are being adopted faster than ever to meet business and consumer demand, prompting organizations to move their customer-facing applications to the cloud. As a result, Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) need to modernize their applications to deliver the flexibility and scale customers expect, without the restrictions and high costs of running applications on commercial databases. mLogica provides deep industry expertise, backed by powerful engineering, to help ISVs quickly modernize their applications on Amazon Aurora and drive greater business value with Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Register for our webinar to learn how mLogica and AWS can help you transform your business on the cloud, so you can deliver modern, high-performing solutions to your customers.
Financial services businesses face unprecedented market challenges. Disruption from Fintech firms, increased local and international regulation, geo- political upheavals and wavering customer loyalty. The need to fully understand the market, to innovate, to reduce costs and be more competitive has never been greater, and this is where AI can help.
According to one fintech research company, by 2030 the financial services sector could reduce operational costs using AI, by as much as 22%. It suggests that will equate to around $1 trillion in efficiencies. So, from a purely operational point of view, doing nothing is not really an option for companies that want to remain competitive.
Today, financial services firms across the board need to rejuvenate customer experience to protect against client attrition, and protect those customers against risk. While data analysis and visualization are key to making sense of data, the fundamental challenge for all businesses is building an infrastructur
Deep learning opens up new worlds of possibility in artificial intelligence within the Financial Services industry, enabled by advances in computational capacity, the explosion in data, and the advent of deep neural networks. But data is evolving quickly and legacy storage systems are not keeping up. Advanced AI applications require a modern all-flash storage infrastructure that is built specifically to work with high-powered analytics.
Advances in deep neural networks have ignited a new wave of algorithms and tools for data scientists to analyze and action data using artificial intelligence (AI). Financial services companies can greatly benefit from this leap forward in technology that enables unique insights into all aspects of the industry. With improved algorithms, larger data sets, and frameworks such as TensorFlow, data scientists now have the ability to tackle complex problems and find credible and profitable solutions.
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