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June 20, 2019
Feature of the Week
Boosted by self-service business intelligence tools and cloud-based platforms, healthcare enterprises are increasingly adopting mature concepts in natural language processing (NLP) and ML in their daily operations.
One of the many challenges the retail sector faces is to maintain the attention of consumers who have various digital apparatuses at their disposal to search for the best deals and most suitable delivery options available.
Retailers are moving towards enabling themselves and their front-line staff with mobile devices.
Featured Vendors
An IT support and services company that provides unique services and offerings that utilize best-of-breed, enterprise-grade technologies and strategies bundled and executed in an SMB friendly way.
Mirren provides the training and online resources to position agencies and their propositions in a better way.
The company is a long standing deliver customized packaging solutions and value-add services to global enterprises.
CIO Viewpoint
Emile Zafirov, CIO, Logistics Plus
Ability to integrate systems in a timely fashion, both internally and externally, and visibility are some of the biggest challenges we are dealing with.
Sam Lamonica, CIO, Rosendin Electric
There is an important factor that we have to be constantly aware of, and worried about, as we emerge these new technologies into our work force.
CXO Insights
By John Shaw, Vice President of Human Resources, Kiewit Corporation
Our model was set up to move from having siloed District HR Manager roles tousing centralized HR Business Partners (HRBP) as the primary broker of services for districts.
By Michelle Grant, Head of Retailing, Euromonitor International
Machine learning programs can make predictions on the optimal amount of inventory to avoid out of stocks or too much inventory.