Get powerful distribution and logistics insights. Connect with experts and colleagues to get the most up-to-date knowledge on design, planning, execution, control, and monitoring of supply chain activities to build your competitive infrastructure, leverage worldwide logistics and create value.
Rick van der Lans, TIBCO SoftwareRecorded: Apr 18 201931 mins
A growing number of organizations now have multiple data lakes that use different technologies. These data sources must be integrated into a fused data lake to allow data scientists and other users to access data crucial for analytics.
Generally, there are three solutions: Integration by data science tool, by data replication, or by data virtualization.
In this webinar Rick van der Lans will set out the pros and cons of each these. The focus will be on how data virtualization technology simplifies access to new data lake architecture.
-Why organizations have multiple data lakes
-How the three solutions compare
-Key data virtualization features for developing a fused data lake
Jason Tiret Sr. Product Manager TIBCO Data Virtualization, Stephen Archut Sr. Product Marketing Manager TIBCO Data VirtualRecorded: Apr 16 201917 mins
Ten times faster, TIBCO® Data Virtualization 8 sets the standard for big data scale data virtualization with unique and significant advancements in scalability, performance, and workload management.
Watch this webinar to hear about the exciting new features in the upcoming release of TIBCO Data Virtualization. Learn about the new massively parallel processing engine (MPP) that enables big data scale workloads, federating queries across data lakes, data marts, and your enterprise data warehouse. Other exciting new features include granular workload management, new data adapters, and developer productivity enhancements for ease of use.
Franck Leveque, Partner & Business Unit Leader, Shwetha Surender, Industry Principal, Maria Strigunova, Program Manager, FIARecorded: Apr 16 201973 mins
Technology-led disruption and service-led innovation are changing the concept of mobility in smart cities. In response, stakeholders are redefining their technology roadmaps and business strategies. Strategic collaborations among important stakeholders, both public and private, in terms of operating models, car usage, multimodal journey planning, and payment options will drive new mobility, particularly Mobility-as-a-Service initiatives in cities.
• Which cities are leading in terms of implementing smart mobility solutions, and what are their strategies?
• Empower city leaders to implement urban mobility policies and measures that are relevant to their ecosystem and enable efficiency.
• Cities with supportive new mobility legislation, including incentives for operators, parking facilities for new mobility fleet, high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes, access regulations, and stringent parking policies that discourage private car use, will witness rapid growth in new mobility fleet.
Jeff Brobst- Seagate, Ron Dimon- Deloitte, Chandana Gopal- IDC, Simon Tucker- AnaplanRecorded: Apr 15 201960 mins
Business planning is a simple idea in concept but in reality, it’s a complex activity woven of data, people, process, and plans. We surveyed 1000+ planning professionals across 45 countries and 18 industries to shed light onto how organizations are accelerating business value through Connected Planning.
In this webinar, we will discuss the key findings and ask our panel of experts for their predictions on how organizations should plan their way to success in 2019 and beyond.
In this webinar, our panel will:
- Share their business planning predictions for 2019
- Discuss the most intriguing data from the survey
- Provide tips on turning Connected Planning into a competitive advantage
Michael O’Connell, Chief Analytics Officer, TIBCO SoftwareRecorded: Apr 11 201961 mins
TIBCO® Connected Intelligence solutions connect data, systems, processes, and people—and incorporate predictive analytics, data visualization and analytic actions for applications such as asset management, customer engagement, risk investigation, and supply chain management.
The TIBCO Connected Intelligence portfolio helps you reduce costs and downtime, increase output, and improve customer retention. It lets you easily construct and embed visual analysis and machine learning models in business processes—and even in field equipment—for responsive batch and on-demand software action.
This webinar was hosted by Data Science Central in December 2018.
Michael O’Connell, TIBCO Chief Analytics Officer and Ritika Sehgal, TIBCO Director of AnalyticsRecorded: Apr 4 201938 mins
There’s been much speculation in the press, from central banks and global forecasters, CEOs of tech giants, and social commentators, that artificial intelligence (AKA robots) will lead to automation and a mass reduction in workforce.
Others believe that AI will drive growth and huge productivity gains, and benefit mankind in untold ways.
So will robots take over our jobs? Will mass unemployment and a shift in skills be the mark of innovation driven by AI? Or are we on the cusp of the 5th Industrial Revolution that will enrich our lives?
TIBCO Chief Analytics Officer Michael O’Connell and TIBCO Director of Analytics Ritika Sehgal delve into this subject. In this webinar, they will:
-Examine patterns of innovation and disruptive change in other industrial revolutions to see how jobs were affected
-Uncover what CXOs really think based on surveys by global consultancies, leading universities, and TIBCO’s 2018 CXO innovation survey
-Look at how TIBCO has been a serial innovator and how these innovations can help drive a productivity boom in your business or organization
Eric Kavanagh CEO The Bloor Group, Shane Swiderek, Product Marketing Manager, TIBCO SoftwareRecorded: Apr 2 201959 mins
The Briefing Room with TIBCO Jaspersoft and The Bloor Group
The power of analytics cannot be denied, but the speed of response tells the tale of success. The faster you can change a business process to take advantage of your data-driven insights, the faster and greater the results. That's why operational intelligence can provide such bang for the buck: the benefits start accruing right away.
Watch now to learn why analytics is no longer just for the elite. We’ll cover:
-Why "BI for the masses" has finally arrived
-What that means for your organization
-Several cutting-edge analytics solutions & how they help companies navigate the increasingly choppy waters of modern business
Scott Anderson, Senior Solutions Consultant Shane Swiderek, Product Marketing ManagerRecorded: Mar 28 201958 mins
Business applications are evolving from static operational data providers into interactive analytic applications that can enable better decision-making. Embedded BI is enabling product builders to introduce new sources of value to their applications. Choosing the right level for your application is a critical factor to your customers’ success and happiness.
This webinar will describe and demo the five levels of embedded BI helping you determine which level or levels are most appropriate for you. It is designed to provide a framework for approaching and designing an engaging, competitive, and innovative analytic application.
•The 5 levels of Embedded BI through real world examples
•Tips for identifying which level is best for your application
•See sample product integrations and in-depth demos
•Ask questions of experts who have integrated BI for other applications
Shane Swiderek, Brett Orr, Peter Girgis, Gavin AdamsRecorded: Mar 26 201955 mins
Innovative IoT solutions are solving real-world problems, with data serving communities in ways you would never expect. Who would have predicted the hidden insights and cost savings waiting to be uncovered in our trash? Well, Bigmate! This IoT solutions provider turns real-time sensor data into insights.
Realizing the trash collection process was outdated and inefficient, Bigmate developed a system with IoT sensors providing location, temperature, and bin level monitoring to optimize trash pickup. Saving money, streamlining operations, and optimizing processes, IoT sensor data can help your business discover new ways to solve old problems.
Join our interactive webinar panel with Bigmate and AWS to learn:
-How city-wide IoT implementation is optimizing trash pickup
-How to translate raw data into actionable insights for users
-The ins and outs of Bigmate’s IoT platform
-Gavin Adams, Sr. Solutions Architect, IoT at Amazon Web Services
-Peter Girgis, Chief Technology Officer, Bigmate
-Brett Orr, General Manager, Bigmate
-Shane Swiderek, Product Marketing Manager, TIBCO Jaspersoft
Chaired by Zoë Schouten, Pre Sales Manager, MetaPack.
In this recorded panel session from TDC Global, we ask who should own the customer relationship: the brand, the retailer or the marketplace?
And what is the role of the carrier: should they be building direct customer relationships?
Philippe Hemard, Founder, PHC
Tim Jones, Director of Marketing, DPD
Martijn de Lange, CEO, Hermes
Klaus Goeldenbot, Chief Executive, Nisbets PLC
Alex Vassiliev, Chief International Officer, Yandex Market
Julia Bindley (Not on the High Street)Recorded: Mar 25 201918 mins
Not on the High Street is the leading curated marketplace, connecting the best small creative businesses with the world, offering customers unique designs, high-quality craftsmanship and inspiring stories about the people who make them.
In her talk from TDC Global, Julia invites you to learn more about the challenges of smaller shippers - as well as ways the industry can overcome those.
Duncan Licence (MetaPack)Recorded: Mar 25 201931 mins
Retailers and brands need to reconsider the transactional relationships they have with their customers if they are to keep those customers coming back. Figuring out how to use post-purchase engagement to meet customers expectations and to create loyal customers is critical for creating a sustainable business.
In this recorded session from TDC Global, Join Duncan Licence for insight into post-purchase loyalty, original research on consumer expectations and MetaPack’s plans in this space.
Neil McLauchlan (eBay)Recorded: Mar 25 201916 mins
The UK retail landscape is going through a radical shift, driven by customer behaviour and the changing role of technology. As further consolidation occurs across the retail landscape, there will be fewer but larger shopping destinations that will be customer-centric, technology-forward and global in nature.
In this recorded session from TDC Global, Neil McLauchlan explains how eBay will continue to be one of those destinations by embracing disruptive technology, innovating on behalf of customers and driving business growth around the world.
Steve Oliver (musicMagpie)Recorded: Mar 25 201923 mins
Steve Oliver, the co-Founder and Group CEO of musicMagpie (UK) and Decluttr (US) shares his story of how a business that was started in his garage, trading a few boxes of old CD’s and DVD’s, became the biggest seller in the world on both of the major global platforms of Amazon Marketplace and eBay.com and the focus that has been required on providing the consumer with world-class logistics, both inbound as they buy product from consumers and outbound as they resell it.
In this recorded session from TDC Global, Steve also discusses the reinvention of the business from purely trading in CD’s and DVD’s to now being the UK’s biggest and best mobile phone recycler (which is now more than 50% of the business), the growth of the direct online musicMagpie store and the rapid growth of the group’s US brand, Decluttr.com, which in less than 5 years has become a $50m turnover business and the different challenges that operating consumer logistics in the US has presented to the ones faced in the UK.
Emma Mead (Holland and Barrett)Recorded: Mar 25 201920 mins
In this recorded session from TDC Global, Holland and Barrett’s Emma Mead talked us through their approach to the customer delivery experience. Emma described the retailer’s approach to segmenting customers to ensure the customer journey and delivery is suitable for all.
Finally, Emma gives some useful insights into providing a consistent customer delivery experience across different geographies.
Bruce Harryman (John Lewis)Recorded: Mar 25 201920 mins
When planning fulfilment there is no such thing as a typical day. The type of product, day of the week or year, the purchasing device used and even the weather can all influence the shape of customer purchasing decisions, and some are also factors in the returns journey.
In this recorded session from TDC Global, Bruce Harryman from John Lewis takes a look behind the average in-day profile, explores the impact that these various components have on the pattern of online demand and considers what this means from a planning perspective.
Avon has been delivering beauty products to doors for over a century – selling through millions of Avon Representatives to customers across the world. It’s a 130-year business model that is undergoing a huge transformation.
Supply chain evolution (and revolution) is core to Avon’s transformation strategy. The ultimate aim – to delight HER – the Beauty Entrepreneur at the centre of the business, selling through her social networks.
In this recorded session from TDC Global, Graeme Carter (Group Vice President, Avon) will share more about Avon’s plan to open up the business to future growth – through digitisation, through partnerships and through new and innovative ways of working.
Mike Richmond (Doddle)Recorded: Mar 25 201920 mins
In today’s ultra-competitive e-commerce space, a retailer’s delivery proposition is fast becoming THE defining characteristic of success, and with that businesses are increasingly focusing their online strategy around their delivery proposition.
For those calling the shots on delivery, that means amazing opportunity, but also greater analysis of the impact delivery can have on the brand, CX and NPS.
In this recorded session from TDC Global, join Mike Richmond (Chief Commercial Officer, Doddle) as we take a whistlestop tour through this world in which logistics and brand are fused.
Find out which retailers are getting it right and discover a few easy wins to transform delivery from a necessary function into a memorable experience with the power to attract new customers, create differentiation and win loyalty.
Prof. Matthew J. Goodwin (University of Kent/Chatham House)Recorded: Mar 25 201923 mins
Brexit: Where are we now, why does it matter?
In this recorded session from TDC GLobal, Professor Matthew Goodwin (University of Kent/Chatham House) considers the current status and direction of the Brexit negotiations, the state of public opinion and the longer-term currents that are reshaping British politics.
Martijn Bertisen (Google)Recorded: Mar 25 201934 mins
In this session from TDC Global, Martijn Bertisen, UK Sales Director, Google, talks about what is required to compete in the maturing digital ecosystem and how partnering along the retail value chain is setting up businesses for profitable growth into the future.
He takes us through practical ways in which adopting data and technology throughout the retail organisation is delivering growth and commercial efficiencies back to Google’s partners.
Alibaba Group’s 11.11 Global Shopping Festival generated $30.8 billion GMV in a single day. In this recorded session from TDC Global, Xuan Jin, Lead Solutions Architect of Alibaba, gives us a behind the scenes view on what it takes to manage such influx in transactions and deliveries.
Xuan also explores the rise of the connected store and the evolution of retail, including some tangible case studies.
Howard Saunders (22nd&5th)Recorded: Mar 25 201931 mins
Retail brands across the globe are rightly worried. The High Street is severely wounded: much-loved brands are shutting up shop, department stores are closing and even the mighty supermarkets are losing market share.
At the same time, AI and robotics threaten to change the way we live, work and consume forever. One thing is certain: the age of disruption has just begun.
In this recorded session from TDC Global, Retail Futurist, Howard Saunders, takes us on a high-energy, jargon-free journey into the future to spell out how we can best prepare for this unprecedented consumer landscape.
Patrick Wall (MetaPack)Recorded: Mar 25 201920 mins
In this recorded session from TDC Global, MetaPack Founder Patrick Wall opens The Delivery Conference, now in its 10th year.
Patrick takes us through the 2018/19 peak performance and highlights major year-on-year trends in eCommerce delivery. He features key conclusions from MetaPack’s recent consumer research and gives MetaPack’s view of noteworthy eCommerce trends over the next three years.
Michael O'Connell, Chief Analtyics Officer, TIBCOApr 25 20195:00 pmUTC31 mins
AI is right here, right now—and changing our lives. The ever-present need for business optimization, combined with a long history of applied statistics, explosive growth in data, and recent advances in cloud computing, has created a perfect storm of innovation.
Topics that are covered in the Webinar:
-Applying AI insights in real time to enable optimal business decisions
-Real-world examples of AI-powered recommender systems and anomaly detection
-How to take advantage of TIBCO’s AI on-demand systems for faster insights and better decisions
Paul Holland. Chief Operating Officer at FLEETCOR; Nick Webb VP of Product and Marketing at FLEETCORApr 30 20199:00 amUTC45 mins
An Inside View… news, views and facts about the fuel landscape – with a special focus on alternative fuels.
Welcome to the 2nd of our series of webinars on issues facing fleet management and the fuels market in the UK today. During this session, we will follow on from our first webinar and provide:
- An update on global fuel pricing and what’s been driving change.
- A brief update on the UK fuel market including our observations on the impact of Brexit.
- The evolution of the changing fuel market and how we think this may be impacted over the next few years with the introduction of alternative fuels.
While we don’t have a crystal ball, we do have decades of experience of the fuel market to draw on. Our fuel cards enable over 50,000 UK businesses to keep their 1.5 million drivers on the road: making deliveries, taking orders, meeting clients and colleagues, giving presentations, and all the other activities that are essential to the success of every business.
Every time one of our fuel cards is used, it gives our customers valuable information about each journey. And it gives us information that is unattainable elsewhere about fleets and fuel prices, outside influencing factors, journeys and driver behaviour. In short, it helps us to know the fuel market inside out. This focus has given us an unparalleled knowledge, which you could be using in your own business.
Focus on fuel
Join Our Chief Operating Officer, Paul Holland, and Nick Webb, our VP of Product and Marketing, as they share with you the insight gained from working with businesses such as yours.
Shawn Rogers, Senior Director Analytic Strategy Alan Herron, Analytics Campaigns ArchitectMay 2 20195:00 pmUTC55 mins
The Digital Economy was a term coined 1995. It's materialized, and the world is a vastly different place for everything from getting a taxi to buying a book. Now, here comes the next disruptor: the Algorithmic Economy. How do data scientists and business analysts get out in front of it?
In this discussion, we look at the Algorithmic Economy and how you can embed and distribute analytics across all your data: big, streaming and anything else.
Join Shawn Rogers, internationally recognised thought leader, speaker, author and instructor on the topics of analytics, big data, cloud, data integration and social analytics, and Alan Herron, analytics architect. They will take you through how the Algorithmic Economy will reshape our lives and impact our world for good.
As we move into an era of positive disruption ― The Algorithmic Economy ― this is a session you just shouldn’t miss.
Join Chris Pickett, Coyote Logistics' Chief Strategy Officer, on Thursday May 2nd as he walks through the current state of the U.S. truckload market, where our forecasting model - the Coyote Curve - projects the market is headed and other helpful tips for navigating the market in 2019.
Franck Leveque, Partner & Business Unit Leader, Frost & SullivanMay 8 20191:00 pmUTC75 mins
The fleet management industry is undergoing a significant transformation in terms of platformization, digitalization, and data-driven business models. Major telematics vendors have understood the need for progression and are headed in the right direction, while other vendors have struggled to innovate and often try to emulate strategies of forerunners. Most vendors in the industry are content with their mainstream offerings, staying away from potential revenue-generating opportunities within their market radar. This transformation in the industry is set to open new growth opportunities for vendors as they diversify into new service-related revenue streams.
Frost & Sullivan invites you to join Franck Leveque, Partner & Business Unit Leader, in the webinar, 2025 Vision of Fleet Telematics: Growth Recommendations for Telematics Vendors. The webinar will focus on key developments in the connected fleet telematics ecosystem, trends, and dynamics of global fleet telematics.
• Gain insight into best practices in the connected fleet industry
• Understand industry evolution and new technologies
• Learn how vehicular data collected through a telematics platform can help government agencies predict traffic patterns, enhance sustainability, curb emissions, and optimize urban infrastructure projects
For U.S. retailers and brands looking to expand globally and grow their revenue, the European market is attractive. Entering and expanding in Europe is challenging, but with the right guidance and preparation, it can be both achievable and lucrative. Cross-border retailers who can provide a superior delivery experience will be able to succeed in building customer loyalty and benefit from consumers with an appetite for e-commerce.
In this webinar we’ll look at MetaPack’s recently published guide which provides insight into the European market, highlighting the complexities and offering guidance for U.S. retailers and brands.
This is a must-attend webinar for retailers and brands interested in their cross-delivery strategy.
Shane Swiderek, Product Marketing Manager, TIBCO Software and Gene Arnold, Senior Solutions Consultant, TIBCO SoftwareMay 9 20195:00 pmUTC60 mins
Setting up a reporting system is a process: Connect to data. Integrate data. Develop reports. Distribute reports. It sounds so simple, yet those who have done it, know it is far from easy.
Too often the process involves writing painful integration code, multi-page queries, custom report logic, and applying a lot of technical “glue” to get things up and running. In this webinar, you’ll learn a highly simplified process for integrating data and distributing reports—and how it can be used to support many powerful reporting use cases.
-Two popular data integration + reporting use cases
-Step-by-step tutorials on how to set up solutions for burst and event-based reporting
-How to use the Connect capability within TIBCO Cloud™ Integration and TIBCO Jaspersoft® to handle all data integration and reporting needs
-Product Demos and Q&A
Danny W. Stout,, David SweenorMay 16 20195:00 pmUTC42 mins
If yours is like most organizations, you are keenly aware that analytics is the fuel for a successful digital transformation. So, given that you have access to voluminous amounts of data and a plethora of algorithms, is there a secret ingredient that you (and most other organizations) are missing?
To deliver predictive insights, you need to increase focus on deployment, management, and monitoring of analytic models. To monetize and realize the value of data science, you need to focus on production refinement. This is the secret ingredient leading to competitive advantage. Watch this webinar to learn more.
Danny W. Stout, Ph.D., Senior Solutions Consultant and Pre-Sales Professional, TIBCO Data Science, TIBCO Software
David Sweenor, Global Analytics Marketing Leader, TIBCO Software
Consumers today expect their purchases to be delivered when and where they want them. By providing up-to-date, available delivery options at the point of purchase, retailers are able to build brand differentiation and loyalty with targeted and personalised delivery choices.
In this webinar, we will highlight the importance of providing flexible and varied delivery options, which can Increase conversion, reduce basket abandonment and build brand loyalty.
We will also showcase the Delivery Options Maturity index; MetaPack's industry benchmark report.