The advancement of technology impacts almost all sectors, and the world of art is no exception. In one way, when creatively using art, a business analytics specialist becomes a “data artist”, and in another way, artists have been trying to use technology to create their art pieces. The following guest post comes from Lucy Rogan, a freelance writer and editor. This article will share about Lucy‘s perspectives on how technology can help art creativity.Read more
Boost the Return on Investment (ROI) of your online campaigns has become your number one goal? Learn how to do this by learning which data to use and the key steps to follow for a guaranteed outcome.
As a marketer, you face several obstacles, including one that comes up regularly: the budget. While it is certain that the actions carried out involve sometimes significant expensesRead more
According to a recent study, one in two customers is willing to change banks in the next six months. What does this mean? It means some backs are lack of personalized products and services. At a time when competition between banks is raging, it is essential that they change their methods to build a sustainable banking relationship and reduce the attrition rate, or churn rate, a term to determine a bank’s ability to retain customersRead more
Every business, no matter how big, is always looking to create and deliver the best products and services. This is laudable but in real life it is unacceptable not to analyze the data regularly. Developing great solutions and striving to attract new customers is not enough.
A critical eye should be placed in data analysis and extracting as much relevant data as possible to assist in decision making.Read more
Technology and innovation have been the foundation for the development of India’s stock market exchanges from its modest initial beginnings to one of the most significant market environments on the planet. While financial growth and a more substantial enthusiasm for open organizations helped in boosting stock exchange action, yet it was maybe innovation that assumed the most critical job in making stock trades and stock exchanging India as advanced as it is today.Read more
Like many in recent years, you have experienced the massive democratization of personal assistants. In the same way, seeing a friend or co-worker giving strange orders or asking funny questions on the phone has never been more normal than today. As you may have noticed, we are in the era of cognitive technologies, and voice recognition is one of them.Read more
AI, Blockchain, biohacking, immersion, ubiquitous computing are at the heart of the 2018 Hype Cycle emerging technologies identified by Gartner. In the 2018 edition of its Emerging Technologies Hype Cycle, Gartner has identified five major trends that, according to the research firm, blur the boundaries between the human and the machine.Read more
Companies that use Big Data to target their sales are much more successful than their counterparts who do not. Almost all current businesses somehow have a mountain of information. It is therefore worthwhile to determine if your salespeople can work smarter.Read more
All businesses are affected by digital transformation and many are moving in this direction. This is a major break in organizational modes, business models and the way of managing at all levels. In fact, we are talking about the fourth industrial revolution, after those of the steam engine, electricity and computers. It is also, and above all, a strategic break that must be mastered at the highest level.Read more
In less than two years, by the time 2020 rolls in, there are expected to be more than 25 billion smart devices according to research firm Gartner. John Chambers,outgoing CEO of Cisco further proclaimed (somewhat brazenly) that there will be in excess of 50 billion connected devices online within the next couple of years. Whichever way you choose to look at it, the Internet of Things (IoT) will undoubtedly continue to revolutionize our homes.Read more