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Depth and complexity of regional and global banks places an even higher level of urgency on algorithmic enablement than on other financial institutions.
Join TIBCO’s strategy leaders David Rosen and Shawn Rogers for a discussion of the latest trends and capabilities required for financial services leadership. Four major themes define the algorithmic imperative:
- Customer differences highlight the importance of deep and nuanced understanding of segments, propensities for action, engagement preferences and sensitivities to pricing
- Channel and evolution forces banks to think analytically with respect to the investments they make in reshaping their distribution networks
- Customer expectations with regard to experience require smarter processes both at the point of engagement and at the back-end decision systems that power the journeys
- Wide product breadth forces banks to take individual approaches to design, recommendation and pricing
Learn how each theme is affected by organizational leadership, strategic business initiatives and the underlying data science that enables the transformation towards becoming an Algorithmic Bank.
Register now to learn how TIBCO’s solutions can help you become an Algorithmic Retail Bank!
In this session, IDC will share insights into the IT spending patterns of some of the world’s largest companies. These firms are often among the first to embrace transformative, innovative technologies in an effort to delight customers and reinforce their position at the top of the pack. The web conference will showcase findings from IDC’s Worldwide Wallet IT research program, which estimates budgets and forecasts spending by region for more than 4,000 of the world’s largest enterprises. Join us for this webinar to see how IDC creates these data, and why the largest domestic and international IT vendors use IT wallet research to gather tactical data enabling more effective sales operations and marketing analytics.
-Full understanding of breadth/depth of IDC’s IT Wallet database
-Companies with largest anticipated increases in spending
-Understanding of how top WW firms dominate WW IT spending
-Top IT Spender Highlight
This IDC Retail Insights presentation summarizes our recent research on how shoppers sized up their 2017 holiday shopping experience and the recommendations we developed for customer experience (CX) strategies for the 2018 holiday shopping season. Here's the challenge: beyond its reach into 10's of millions of households, catalog, and CX technologies Amazon's hold on shoppers' wallets and shopping carts runs deep, as a leader in satisfying gift givers' emotional needs — engendering joy in finding the right gift and confidence in being treated fairly and squarely.
This research points to a number of strategies for outflanking shoppers' emotional connection to Amazon. Top performers engendering joy employ quite different business strategies to reach shoppers in these emotional dimensions. Amazon offers massive breadth and depth, TJX and Ross Stores win with the treasure hunt for deals, Nordstrom succeeds with service and curated assortments, and Best Buy offers well-curated assortments and well-trained associates.
Quanto le strategie manutentive incidono sull’efficienza totale della fabbrica, come incrementarla e come ridurre i costi dovuti ai fermi macchina.
Se si potesse approntare un modello statistico basato sul Machine Learning per studiare le eventuali anomalie ed infine utilizzare quel modello con i dati sensoristici in tempo reale per predire l’anomalia stessa?
Il webinar vi darà un quadro delle attuali strategie e di come poter anticipare le anomalie usando il Machine Learning, in più sarà portato un caso reale e come TIBCO Software ha aiutato un produttore a risparmiare il 10% sui costi di manutenzione.
Please join us for an in-depth conversation on how the blend of your IP, our Dell EMC hardware powered by Intel®, and VMware software means your solutions have better scalability, availability, security, efficiency and simplified lifecycle management.
VMware on Dell EMC OEM appliances allows your solution to run multiple operating systems on one physical machine. It adds fault and security isolation at the hardware level, and makes it easy to move and copy virtual machines. It also simplifies lifecycle management as there is an easier transition between hardware generation changes.
Additionally, VMware helps your solution to become cloud ready and relevant when your customer is looking for a hosted or cloud solution.
In the session we will be covering:
•Trends in the industry impacting OEMs today and what’s driving the need for virtualized appliances.
•Hear directly from Dell EMC OEM’s CTO and VMware’s embedded architects on how the inherent benefits of virtualization can help both the OEM’s solutions and their customers.
•How solution builders can leverage Dell EMC OEM for a turn-key combined solution that includes support and distribution globally.
We hope you’ll be able to join us for this informative and valuable session.
Join PADT's Simulation Support Manager, Ted Harris for a free webinar covering what is new and exciting in the latest update to ANSYS Mechanical, and how they help to improve user functionality and ease of use in a wide variety of cases.
This presentation will include updates on everything from general ease of use enhancements, to tracking and analyzing end results, and everything in-between.
In the face of inevitable regulatory changes, engineers must become savvy in their ability to respond to and anticipate change in order to limit product failures due to health, safety, environment and regulatory reasons.
Striving for EHS excellence and risk reduction requires difficult decisions and trade-offs that need to be backed in data and best practices.
In this webinar, we will look at how Knovel helped solve EHS and regulatory challenges for companies across industries. The learnings from these case studies can be applied to your own EHS issues.
Knovel helps companies tackle development and production challenges by providing foundational engineering knowledge, best practices, and interactive data to support EHS risk reduction.
Great innovators solve important problems that make peoples’ lives better often by designing simple adjustments that look obvious. Innovators are curious, they look for fresh approaches and tend to see a bigger picture than the world that is presented to them. They are always on the lookout for methods, systems or new designs to cut through complexity, reduce time or combine many tasks into one. Ultimately their work ends up being “of service” to their team and their organisation.
If you consider that tomorrow’s problems will not be solved using yesterday’s thinking and you are looking to provide value to your organisation’s strategic planning and problem-solving capabilities then becoming an innovator should be on your short list!
Join Jade Pearson, Regional Lead, Global Training Services with Kepner-Tregoe, in the second of our “Future of Thinking” webinar series where she’ll discuss how innovation can be a friendly component of your work.
What you will learn:
How innovative thinking can improve dealings with customers
Design thinking techniques that solve human-centred problems
A method of “questioning” that helps people help themselves
Wael Elrifai shares his experience working in the IoT and AI space; covering complexities, pitfalls, and opportunities to explain why innovation isn’t just good for business—it’s a societal imperative.
The common wisdom is that cloud adoption in Europe is trailing behind the US and that we will eventually “get there”. In this webcast, Carla Arend and Angela Vacca will debunk this myth and provide proof points about why customer journeys to the cloud actually follow a different pattern in Europe. They will outline the technical, cultural and geopolitical reasons for why cloud adoption is different and how different industry verticals are adopting cloud.
IT vendors need to understand their customer’s cloud maturity to tailor their messaging adequately.
Join our analysts as we discuss:
- North American outlook and impact of Section 232 and anti-dumping duties on the market
- Declining Russian demand- how will Russian LSAW mills respond?
- Opportunities in Middle East and ROW
- Price outlooks – will LSAW remain competitive against HSAW linepipe?
Join PADT to see how modern electromagnetic simulation can accurately calculate antenna impedance, design a matching network much quicker than testing alone, and account for the impact of mechanical structures. This webinar will include a live demo using a practical design with manufacturing considerations.
Love it or hate it, Digital Transformation is at the center of industry leading organizations. Digital Transformation is not simply a list of IT projects, it involves completely rethinking how an organization uses technology to pursue new revenue streams, products, services and business models. In this webinar we will share with you IDC's concept of building a business case around digital transformation, and the broader strategic priorities of organizations connected to digital transformation working together to deliver business objectives. We will share market insight into the regional and industry use cases driving investment in Digital Transformation, providing an in-depth view of the Digital Transformation spending outlook connected to business use cases.
Enterprises are continuously trying to innovate faster to deliver compelling customer experiences, optimize operations, and accelerate product innovation on their digital journey.
A traditional IT architecture is too monolithic and does not enable enough agility to rapidly adapt to business needs or scale digital transformation. This constraint limits the ability to deliver an excellent customer experience during times of peak traffic.
Together, HCL and TIBCO offer a digital framework that will help enterprises move from traditional IT to digital architecture and ensure an excellent customer experience. Customer T-Mobile is a great example of leveraging a hybrid integration platform to easily service customers using a continuous deployment model.
Join us to learn:
-The challenges and recommended best practices for building a digital architecture to scale digital innovation
-How HCL and TIBCO’s co-innovated framework will help you rapidly achieve your digital initiatives
-How TIBCO partnered with T- Mobile for a flawless iPhone X launch
Serverless offers huge potential to transform the way businesses build and architect cloud applications. No need to provision infrastructure or deal with maintenance, updates, scaling, or capacity planning – simply upload your apps to Amazon Web Services (AWS) Lambda and everything required to run and scale your apps is automatically taken care of (including high availability).
Join AWS and TIBCO to understand what a serverless architecture is all about and the benefits of running your apps in the serverless environment.
What we’ll cover:
- Serverless overview
- Microservices to functions
- When and where to use a serverless architecture
- What TIBCO is doing to ease the transition to serverless
- Cost savings and other benefits
New digital technologies and business strategies are changing the fabric of our organization's products, services and customer engagement models. In turn, these changes have redefined the CIO's role with the Board, with their Peers and with their Teams – creating a mandate for CIO's to consciously rethink their communication strategies, tactics and methods. This session provides three unique communication frameworks for CIO's to guide their communication with the Board, their enterprise Peers and their Teams.
EXECUTIVE SPOTLIGHT with Matthew Clark, VP of eCommerce & Digital Marketing, Premier Farnell
What does it take to successfully deliver a digital experience for the B2B market?
While, the whole enterprise needs to be aimed at driving a digital experience, there are 4 key areas which, if overlooked, will cause your B2B digital experience to suffer or fail, no matter how good your digital platforms or your core products are. Digital experiences are made of content, knowledge and data.
In this one-on-one conversation with Matthew Clark, Premier Farnell's VP of eCommerce & Digital Marketing, EIS's Dino Eliopulos will explore what companies need to do to ensure that their product information, content, and know-how combine with insights that they have about their customers to elevate their digital experiences to the top of the industry.
The must-haves include:
• Robust, shoppable product catalogue.
• Rich, well-structured content.
• Optimized site-search, chatbots, and product recommendations.
• Real value for shared customer information.
Platform companies are taking over, and changing the way companies do business. And with Open Banking now on the horizon, banks cannot afford to sit back and not seize the opportunities available from collaboration.
Panel discussion will cover:
- Forecasting the impact of increased collaboration in banking
- What are the partnership features to look for in an over-crowded market?
- Creating a mutually beneficial relationship: what should each party bring to the table?
- Ensuring you have sufficient interoperability to deploy new technology in open banking
- Understanding the impact of Open Banking: what will the future role of the bank be?
- What strategies will be keep to retaining the customer interface?
With the continued development of natural language processing (NLP), there are more software applications, doing more types of editing, than ever before. We will cover how an NLP works, editing tasks best done by a machine, and instances where only a trained human editor will really get the job done.
In this talk, learn more about:
* What is a natural language processor and how does it work?
* What types of editing are done best by an NLP?
* What types of editing are best saved for people?
* How to use both machine editing and human editing to your best advantage
In the next five years, almost three-quarters of manufacturing companies expect to have highly digitalized horizontal and vertical value-chain processes.
At the heart of this digitalization are Smart Manufacturing principles, which are reshaping the competitive landscape and bringing fundamental change across the manufacturing industry.
Some of the topics covered in the webinar:
- How AI and machine learning algorithms can more accurately predict process and product performance to detect and react to problems as soon as they emerge
- How the TIBCO® Connected Intelligence Platform can help use cases like real-time factory monitoring, predictive maintenance, and process improvement
- A sneak peak into the High-tech Manufacturing Accelerator, a free, open-source framework to help accelerate your adoption of a Smart Manufacturing fabric
Dynamic Pricing – How AA Ireland Transformed into An Algorithmic Insurer
In this webinar, you will learn how AA Ireland adopted TIBCO’s Connected Intelligence platform for dynamic pricing, fraud detection, and customer engagement. We will interview AA Ireland Senior Quantitative Analyst Nina Jensen to learn about the company’s digital transformation into a more agile and profitable business and its simple software solution for implementation of sophisticated Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning models.
During this webinar we will also discuss the algorithmic approach to the following challenges:
- Implementation and governance of supervised and unsupervised machine learning models
- Deployment of sophisticated pricing models into a real-time rating engine
- Understanding of the likelihood to claim and the propensity to purchase insurance policies
- Rebasing the models with frequent updates from customer interactions and transactions
In today's day and age, advancements in cloud computing technology have made it possible to run numerical simulation virtually, thanks to its improved compatibility, scalability, and efficiency. However, with all of its benefits, running simulation on the cloud isn't always perfect, as there are challenges that can limit its accessibility, and choosing the right tool is absolutely key to success.
Join PADT's Lead Application Engineer, Manoj Mahendran for a look at the challenges that users of simulation on the cloud often face, the tools and methods they can use to avoid or overcome those challenges, and how having the right mindset when it comes to exploring new tools and solving methods makes all of the difference.
Maintenance affects the total efficiency of the factory. What maintenance strategies increase it and reduce the downtime costs?
Using machine learning, you can prepare a model of your factory, identify normal and abnormal states, then watch real-time sensor data to predict degradation and intervene to avoid inefficiency and downtime.
The webinar will cover:
●The newest strategies and how to anticipate problems using machine learning
●A real case where TIBCO Software helped a manufacturer save 10% on maintenance costs
As technological change mediates virtually every realm of human life, the role of the engineer expands significantly. While the foundation remains unchanged, the design, manufacturing, and research tools that engineering graduates will employ throughout their careers are rapidly becoming more powerful, networked, and aware. However, advances in engineering education have been slow to come, despite prominent calls for change from bodies such as The National Academies, ABET, and investment from the National Science Foundation. Lectures remain the dominant pedagogical strategy used in STEM classrooms, despite compelling evidence that this unidirectional content delivery approach does not work.
This webinar will address:
* Where are the most innovative experiments happening in engineering education today?
* Macrotrends impacting engineering education, practice, and the tools engineers use to discover insights from high technical fidelity information
* What attributes should the engineering graduates of 2020 and beyond have?
* With more data & information available than at any other point in human history, how can we most effectively leverage it in teaching & learning contexts?
Universities are ideal hubs for students to build knowledge synthesis & creation skillsets. But, many undergraduate engineering students don’t take full advantage of the high technical fidelity tools & resources that are available to them through institutional subscriptions.
However, there are pedagogical strategies faculty can adopts to grow learners’ capabilities in these areas, including leveraging tools like Knovel, Engineering Village, and Elsevier’s game-based learning experience called Engineering Academic Challenge.
In this webinar, we will:
• Share several examples of learning experiences that faculty have created to scaffold the journey for learners to synthesize & apply information in new contexts, and create new knowledge.
• Show real examples of how educators have created contexts for students to develop research skills
• Leverage Knovel and Engineering Village to facilitate the learning journey and produce tangible research & education outcomes
By collaborating to unify schemas across many content repositories serving multiple print and digital endpoints, Mayo Clinic and [A] are establishing a content operating model to empower the market-leading creator and distributor of trusted health guidance and information with orchestrated, sustainable, future-ready, omnichannel content flows. We will dive into how [A] and content developers at Mayo Clinic are leveraging the Master Content Model to build a longer-term solution for the development and management of intelligent content, optimized for delivery to Mayo Clinic’s print and digital channels.
Join Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler and his special guests, Jay Maxwell, Senior Director of Health Information at Mayo Clinic, [A]'s founder Cruce Saunders, and Master Architect, Joe Gollner as they demonstrate how content engineering and the application of a Master Content Model can be harnessed to address many of the content challenges faced by larger enterprises:
• Single-channel vs. omnichannel content lifecycle
• Multiple management & authoring tools that are redundant, ineffective, or not harmonized to work well with the other tools in the stack
• Inconsistent content structure resulting in management headaches and disconnected user experiences
• Duplicate content that creates risk of errors
• Author and end-user content findability problems
• Costly conversions between different parts of the workflow, different channels, and different systems
• Content collaboration hampered by organizational silos
• The basics of Master Content Model development.
• An overview of practical applications of the Model, including optimizing shared resources across authoring groups via a standard structure for all content assets, enabling movement of assets between business units, applications, and published products, eventually, assembling new information products from existing content assets, and positioning content as an organization asset
When examining the results of your numerical simulation, it is important to use software that not only provides a high quality visual representation of said results, but is also capable of presenting data from a variety of complex simulations in order to ensure the effectiveness and overall value of the insight that post processing and analysis can provide. Where other programs fall short in the quality of the results that they achieve, ANSYS EnSight succeeds in providing a highly effective environment regardless of the complexity of the situation and the simulation being run.
Join PADT's CFD Team Lead Engineer, Clinton Smith for an in depth look at the benefits of using EnSight, including how it can help to communicate and create the best looking, clearest, and highest resolution simulation results on datasets that were previously thought to be too big to handle.
Manufacturing is going through a deep transformation, with changes that all are all about digitalization. With Industry 4.0, digitalization is more visible and disruptive in manufacturing, expanding virtual data and processes in an industry that is fundamentally about dealing with physical products.
This transformation has already started and its impact is expected to be massive, with changes across the whole manufacturing ecosystem technically, economically, and socially. Key elements of the Industry 4.0 transformation include 3D printing, robotizing and automation, smart factory with IoT and machine learning, and supply chain digitization.
Now, blockchain is becoming a key technology driving this digital revolution.
Join us for this webinar hosted by some of our best blockchain subject matter experts to learn:
● The impacts of technology on the manufacturing industry
● Why blockchain is a valuable technology for next-generation manufacturing use cases
● How blockchain is applicable to different areas of manufacturing
The next edition of Elsevier’s Engineering Academic Challenge featuring Knovel and Engineering Village starts September 10th. Are you ready to play? Come to this webinar to learn more about game-based learning and a sneak preview of the challenge.
This webinar is geared toward engineering faculty members and will focus on integrating Knovel and Engineering Village within engineering projects & assignments, with live demonstrations and practical tips & tricks to embed these trusted research platforms within engineering courses, projects, and assignments.
Academic institutions around the world use Knovel and Engineering Village to inspire and educate the next generation of engineers and produce scholarly research backed by validated resources. Between journals, books, conference articles, dissertations, standards, and more…Knovel and Engineering Village help researchers and student gain in-depth insights on the engineering research landscape.