Brick-and-mortar stores are turning to smart retails applications, where technology is used in the traditional retail space to entice customers
Topic: Industry Insights
How various industries use real-time analytics to improve the business bottom line. We explore both physical, IoT uses (such as sensor data in manufacturing, transportation, and energy) as well as use of transactional and Web data, such as in the financial services, marketing, and customer-experience management industries.
Leveraging AMI data enables utility companies and power providers to meet the demand of their customers quickly, efficiently, and accurately,
Network automation developers assure automation software is installed correctly and automated processes function
Researchers are exploring how perceptive AI might be used to evaluate traffic pattern scenarios and make city driving safer.
AI could transform clinical trials for the better, unlocking the next generation of drug discovery and building new pipelines for pharmaceutical
Creating new applications using low code development platforms can lead to innovative solutions to old problems such as how to better manage spare parts …
Real-time data streams and predictive analytics capabilities improve decision-making for utilities and energy companies, helping them fight
Banks and financial services institutions need highly scalable, cloud-native databases that can deliver fast transaction rates while providing easy access to …
Low code lets citizen developers get solutions on the board without waiting for IT, while also retaining oversight to ensure security.
Software AG’s General Manager of API, Integration and Microservices talks about digital transformation challenges and the technologies companies can use to …