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November 14, 2019
Feature of the Week
For over 20 years, contactless technology has been used to help users conduct transactions efficiently, quickly, and securely. Contactless technology is deemed to grow and be widely used in the upcoming years.
For instance, Amazon collaborated with Accenture for integrating AR labeling in various Whole Foods stores. The AR content provides nutritional details as soon as a customer points the smartphone at the product.
Rapid growth is noticed in e-commerce, with the global sale anticipated to be $4 trillion in 2020. This evolution can be, to some extent, credited to the development in financial technology (fintech) like e-wallets, in-app purchasing.
From quite some time, it has been noticed that AI is making analytics more efficient and productive at workplaces. This change is making leaders revisit their business functions and processes.
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CIO Viewpoint
Lutz Beck, CIO, Daimler Trucks North America
Powerful analytics tools are now available to our data scientists and analysts as SaaS components, allowing us to rapidly adapt as new capabilities become available.
Stuart Davis, CIO, State of Ohio
Rethinking pain points and boiling issues down to their true source results in streamlined and efficient future services.
Radhika Venkatraman, SVP - CIO, Network & Technology, Verizon
As digital becomes the new normal and the explosion of connected technology continues, dependence on data science and algorithmic prediction will increase.
CXO Insights
By Damien Cooper, CTO, Western Governors University
As technology continues to disrupt students' everyday lives, higher education must adapt to support 21st-century students, and we are committed to being a leader at developing scalable solutions that can support the broader higher education sector.
By Joseph Bastante, CTO, Blue Cross NC
Technology is playing an essential role in understanding the whole person and meeting their health needs.
By Rhonda Marcucci, VP, HR and Benefits Technology Consulting Practice Leader, Gallagher
With new technology, you also get a point of view that most certainly will be reflected in the software.
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