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.
Real-time recommendations are at the core of digital transformation in any business today. Whether you’re building features such as product, content or promotion recommendations, personalised customer experience, or re-imagining your supply chain to meet growing customer demands, you’re facing challenges that require the ability to leverage connections from many different data sources, in real-time. There’s no better technology to meet these challenges than a native graph database technology such as Neo4j.
This webinar will cover the fundamentals of building recommendation engines with a graph database. We will discuss typical architectures, give a demonstration of Neo4j in action, and go over some of our top use cases of recommendation engines for companies such as Walmart, eBay, and more.
It’s an exciting moment when you see your data in a visualized graphic for the first time! In this webinar, we’ll talk about how data exploration for a small company led them to a surprising conclusion about one of their business units.
This is the first step in our four-part webinar series called Everyday Analytics. In this series, we will be sharing stories of tough problems that clients have faced, and how TIBCO Spotfire® analytics was a part of that solution. It’s the human side of data analytics, and how Spotfire has helped businesses small to large.
Join Kyle LaMotta, Analytics Director at Ruths.ai, who will show you how to easily find trends and insights in your data through visualization.
In this webinar, Kyle will present:
Exploring data in Spotfire for the first time, the best tips!
Converting quick insights into dashboards in less than five minutes.
Using the Spotfire Recommendation engine to quickly visualize data.
Watch now to begin your visual analytics journey!
In this webinar, we will explore today's analytics data challenges from both the analytics and data engineering leaders perspectives so you can learn about:
-The 12 analytic data challenges faced by data scientists, business analysts, BI developers, and other analytics users
-How data engineers can use TIBCO Data Virtualization to overcome these challenges
-Best practices for implementation success
In the digital age, the existence of dealerships is threatened as car buying migrates to online platforms and smaller boutique stores. However, vehicle subscriptions offer an opportunity for dealerships and new entrants to add value to their archaic business models. Vehicle subscriptions offer a new form of temporary car ownership with the flexibility and convenience to switch programs, swap vehicles, and have no or low down payments, no penalties and a worry-free ownership experience.
• Learn how vehicle subscription is evolving
• Discover strategies from leading industry experts (OEMs and non-OEMs) targeting this space
• Understand factors critical to the success of the vehicle subscription service
Fraudsters rely on burying the connections that would expose them below mountains of data to defeat conventional fraud detection technologies. Graph databases can easily uncover those connections, joining the data dots to reveal a pattern of fraud ring activity in real time to catch criminals in the act and prevent losses.
Join this webinar for a demonstration of how you can build a fraud detection solution with Neo4j, the leading graph database.
Join us for an exciting and informative look at the latest release of Operations Bridge.
Industry experts advise the adoption of automation, AIOps, containers and machine learning to modernize IT operations. Operations Bridge delivers the industry’s only containerized, solution with all 26 capabilities recommended by Gartner and Forrester.
Learn about all of the latest features and see how you can drive more value from IT automation, machine learning analytics, hybrid IT monitoring and edge computing capabilities.
Telecommunications is all about connections. Graph databases are, therefore, an excellent fit for modelling, storing and querying telecommunications data of all kinds. Whether managing increasingly complex network structures, ever-more-diverse product lines and bundles, or customer satisfaction and retention in today’s competitive environments, graph databases enable businesses to become more agile by leveraging their connected data.
Attend this webinar to learn how telcos around the world are using graph databases to achieve competitive advantage.
Join us for a back-to-basics session hosted by TIBCO’s best data scientists. In this session, we will look at how you can quickly and easily:
-Enable your organization with a self- service comprehensive analytics environment
-Deliver insights you can trust with AI-driven visual analytics
-Expand your skills and make sophisticated analytics simple
We will demonstrate how you can leverage AI-driven recommendations for data wrangling, visualization, and discovery―and reduce your time to insight so you can take faster, smarter actions before opportunities become irrelevant and risks escalate.
We will look at how TIBCO Analytics built-in, one-click predictive analytics allows you to identify patterns, understand underlying trends, and predict outcomes―without being an expert.
On this week’s episode of the Real World IoT Podcast, host Ken Briodagh discusses why satellite connectivity is crucial to the productivity of the Oil & Gas Industry with Data Services Manager at Globalstar, Marty Jefferson.
As the online retail industry continues to grow, the internet has quickly become the go-to shopping destination for consumers in the US. This means that major brands and retailers must work harder to improve their offering and meet the changing expectations of consumers.
In this webinar, we will look at how delivery personalization, delivery loyalty programmes and ever-evolving consumer expectations are changing the online shopping experience for good.
- Inside the latest consumer insights and expectations
- The retailer's dilemma - how to provide convenient & cost effective delivery
- 10 areas where retailers and brands are innovating in delivery
- Best practice in delivery (dos and don'ts for retailers and brands)
On this week’s episode of the Real World IoT Podcast, host Ken Briodagh discusses how partnerships and bundled solutions are shaping the Industrial IoT with Derek Wallace, Director of Product Management at MultiTech Systems. MultiTech designs, develops and manufactures data communications equipment for the industrial Internet of Things — connecting physical assets to business processes to deliver enhanced value. MultiTech has been around for almost 48 years and has been diving deep into low power wireless and will be eventually working on devices with 5G.
Regional truck sales are mainly cyclical and closely linked to economic growth rates, so OEMs and technology companies are steadily building new revenue streams. Growing regulatory and societal push for zero emission, zero accident vehicles is resulting in global truck and bus OEMs gradually investing in full electric powertrain architectures as well as deploying autonomous driving technology. The focus on these technologies by conventional manufacturers is further fueled by product developments from start-ups and technology companies.
But how commercially ready are these technologies? What innovations are they encouraging?
· Learn the technological preparedness of electric powertrain and autonomous driving ecosystems.
· Identify new opportunities and technology providers in trucking.
· Find out how truck OEMs plan to meet the demand for electric self-driven trucks.
On this week’s episode of Real World IoT, Ken Briodagh speaks with Vice President of IoT for Avnet, Lou Lutostanski. In this role, Lou works across the company to identify and create opportunities to leverage Avnet’s capabilities and expand the company’s reach and expertise to entrepreneurs, startups, leading technology OEMs and other IoT innovators, enabling them to bring IoT solutions to market, from idea to production. Lou has 30 years of experience and industry knowledge, joining Avnet in 1987 as a system sales manager. Throughout the next 13 years, he gained increasing responsibility as a field application engineer, sales manager, branch manager, and vice president, area director. Throughout his most recent years at Avnet, he served as vice president of sales for the Americas and as vice president of demand creation for the Americas.
Join Ben Easterling, Strategic Alliance Lead for the AT&T Smart Cities Business Unit and Steve Brumer, Partner with 151 Advisors, a leader in providing Advisory and Strategic services around “Monetizing the Connected World” for a 60 minute open discussion on Smart Cities and Smart Buildings and the commercialization aspects of them.
Topics will include:
- Where is the money in supplying products and services?
- What is the true meaning of ROI in the Smart Cities and Smart Buildings space?
Key Takeaways will focus on where should you focus your time, energy and efforts within this space and drive revenue.
On this week’s episode of the Real World IoT Podcast, Ken Briodagh sits down to speak with Bruce Chatterley, President and CEO at Senet. Bruce has more than 25 years of experience building successful high growth technology businesses. He most recently operated as an Independent Growth Consultant to global fiber optic telecommunications providers, based in London UK. Chatterley is also an experienced telecom leader, serving as CEO of cloud-based VOIP firms Broadvox and Speakeasy. In addition, he is a former senior executive at Ameritech and US West. Chatterley has also been an early leader in the development of the Software As A Service industry, having served as CEO of ViAir and President of eServices for Concur Technologies. Earlier in his career Chatterley also held Senior Sales and Marketing positions at GE and IBM. He earned his BSBA from Central Michigan University and his MBA from the Kogod College of Business Administration at American University. He currently serves as a Board member for London-based technology firm Snupps, Inc., Bigleaf Networks, and Clevest.
With the growth of online retail, the internet is fast becoming the shopping destination of choice for consumers. As a result, leading retailers and e-commerce brands must work harder to meet rising consumer expectations and to differentiate their offer in an important area.
Personalised delivery, loyalty programmes, and increased customer expectations show that when it comes to winning and retaining customers, delivery can make or break the online shopping experience.
Join us for this free webinar as we take a deep dive into the practicalities of providing a seamless delivery experience.
With our expert panel, you’ll receive the latest insights into customer expectations, as well as practical advice on:
-How delivery influences purchasing decisions
-The new era of delivery through personalisation
-The growth of delivery loyalty programmes
-10 areas of innovation for brands & retailers in 2018
-Best practices in providing customer delivery
The global automotive aftermarket is undergoing a massive transformation. Some of the significant disruptors picked up the pace in 2017 and will continue to change supply and demand dynamics in 2018 and beyond. The briefing will highlight some of these short-term market shifts (e.g., North America will lag in aftermarket growth in 2018 while India and Latin America will see sharp upticks) as well as medium- and long-term trends such as digital B2B.
· Understand the main factors that will influence the size of the global automotive aftermarket.
· Discover the emerging regions served, or underserved, by automotive parts and services suppliers.
· Participate in an interactive question-and-answer session with Frost & Sullivan experts.
Productivity in retail is hot right now, but often thought about with a one dimensional, cost savings lens. In fact, better results tend to be achieved when everyone in the value chain has visibility of problems in order to develop collaborative solutions.
Join us for this webinar where BRC and PwC experts discuss the topic, share a client case study in detail and answer your questions.
Globally, OEMs must capitalize on the inclination toward complete digitization as this will have a significant impact on the evolution of the transport and logistics industry post-2018. Trucks are operating in a complex environment, and accurate and timely information about weather, traffic, and other real-time intelligence is crucial for data-driven smart city initiatives. As the trucking industry moves closer to complete connectivity and autonomous technology, data privacy and cybersecurity will continues to gain higher in priority.
Expert Insights You Will Not Want to Miss:
• Learn about regional market outlooks and opportunities for connected trucks
• Discover pivotal developments in connected truck telematics and vendors to watch
• Identify opportunities for evolving technologies and regulatory mandates
In this webinar we share the data and analysis from our research into employee engagement in retail, outlining some of the key challenges and some innovative solutions that have been implemented.
Improving employee engagement is high up the agenda of senior management in retail.
Employees who are motivated and more able to fulfill their potential are also more productive. With margins under ever increasing pressure, facilitating productivity gains has never been more crucial. However, improving engagement can be complicated and requires an in-depth understanding of some of the underlying issues holding engagement back.
Data may be a company's ultimate valued asset, but few are maximizing its economic benefit. Equipped with data, new companies are disrupting established industries, and traditional businesses are transforming the way they operate. Not all organizations are equally skilled at translating data into currencies, but their caliber to do so is impacting their ability to compete.
Step beyond the hype and the myths about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML). Join us on this webinar to learn the real world significance of AI for an enterprise. This webinar will take a practical view of how ML can make a difference in your business, illustrating the role it plays in any meaningful digital transformation effort employing AI. The focus will be on the business value this technology can deliver.
Infosys Nia, a comprehensive AI platform, comes equipped with Advanced Machine Learning that works in concert with its other aspects rendering effective digital transformation solutions for an enterprise. Join us to learn how you can embark on your own digital transformation journey.
- Mike Gualtieri, VP, Principal Analyst Serving Application Development & Delivery Professionals, Forrester
On this week’s episode of Real World IoT Podcast, Chris Bunnell, CEO of UniteGPS, discusses barriers to launching an IoT start-up — and how to overcome them — with our host Ken Briodagh. Chris started UniteGPS four years ago with his three partners, who all have backgrounds in providing solutions and interest in the GPS and IoT space. Their combined experiences put them in a position to develop state-of-the-art cloud-based GPS solutions, tailor to specific industries from school safety to public transportation to custom developments.
Retailers, brands and shippers can use MetaPack Delivery Intelligence to navigate an increasingly complex delivery landscape and manage their customer promise on delivery choice and performance.
Customer’s expectations on delivery choice and performance is becoming an increasingly important factor. In response to this, shippers are differentiating their offerings and contributing to an increasingly complex delivery landscape.
Our 45-minute webinar will give you an overview of the product and the benefits and show you how you can leverage insights, allowing for data-driven decisions to ensure a consistent delivery experience for consumers.
Ship from Store is an innovative way for retailers to respond to the changing delivery landscape by making use of their store network. Ship from Store allows retailers and brands to make deliveries from their local in-store inventory rather than from a regional hub or warehouse.
Learn how the ‘Ship from Store’ model puts retailers back in the driving seat. Increased customer conversion, improved inventory optimisation and lower shipping costs are just some of the benefits we’ll cover. Join us on October 23rd to help define your future delivery strategy.
Bringing impactful analytics into a company comes with challenges. How do you deploy it? How do you know when it's working? We’ve looked at some of the most successful analytics deployments and put together a list of how you can know your company is smarter and faster using TIBCO Spotfire® analytics.
This is the second in our four-part webinar series Everyday Analytics in which we share tough problems that clients face, and how Spotfire® analytics is part of the solution. In this webinar, we dive into the human side of data analytics and show how Spotfire has helped businesses small and large.
Join Lucas Wood, Technical Director at Ruths.ai, who will show you how to deploy analytics and measure its impact at your company. Lucas will present:
-How to envision visual analytics in your daily routine
-A deployment schedule for getting there
-The 5 signs of a successful deployment
As consumer shopping and delivery expectations increase, retailers and brands need to be more agile to respond to the changing delivery landscape, and customer needs. Physical stores can be a key differentiator for retailers, with Ship from Store allowing them to make deliveries from their local in-store inventory rather than from a regional hub/warehouse.
Cost reductions, greater delivery options and increased customer loyalty are just some of the benefits of Ship from Store.
Learn more about how this new and exciting proposition can help make delivery your competitive advantage.
The EPAM BI Version Control accelerator focuses on transforming the TIBCO Spotfire® Platform into an enterprise-managed, version-controlled environment. It features seamless, native integration into TIBCO Spotfire and is compatible with industry-leading versioning and revision control systems, such as Microsoft Team Foundation Server, GIT, or SVN.
Register for this Webinar series to learn how to take Spotfire development to the next level and enhance your analytics capabilities.
EPAM helps customers around the world become competitive and stay competitive. It combines best-in-class software engineering with digital strategy and experience design, business consulting, and technology innovation services.
When collaboration is ideal, working in a team brings synergies, great brainstorming, and flourishing productivity. But teams can be held back if problems like data silos, poor versioning, and lack of consistency are not handled. EPAM’s BI Version Control helps BI developers unlock the true power of teamwork with features like version tracking, comparison, history, change log generation, and the ability to restore previous versions.
Join our webinar to see this software working for yourself, ask questions, and learn more!