This presentation will explore the key team players, internal and possibly external, that support the successful delivery of a business continuity management programme – you are not alone!Read more >
A cognitive business uses every opportunity to interact with data to reason, adapt and continuously learn. Essentially, a cognitive businesses places a premium on making fact-based decisions with a high degree of confidence. They use all available data to solve problems, make better decisions, innovate faster and predict the future.
What’s the value in being a cognitive business? For one, there’s the fact that they can spot new revenue opportunities, offer new services and reach new audiences faster and more confidently. Other advantages include:
• A disruptive DNA that is data-driven and a culture that puts data and insight to work
• The empowerment of domain experts with various analytics skill levels to discover answers to their business questions
• The ability to outthink business competitors and surge forward as a trailblazer
• The infusion of insight into every action, interaction, decision, application and business process
So, how can you make this happen? Join Business Unit Executive for Product Experience and Design - John Colthart, in this IBM webinar to learn how IBM Watson Analytics can help your organization become a cognitive business by:
• Offering natural language processing so you can use your own words to ask questions of your data and get answers you understand
• Helping you make sense of data by guiding you through analytics and automatically providing visualizations that can help you quickly spot new patterns, trends and relationships
• Providing insight into the factors that drive business outcomes
• Enabling everyone in the business to make decisions based on data — from operations, to marketing and sales to finance to HR and IT
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Are you ready for what's ahead? Resilience in action requires constant evolution; scanning the horizon for lessons learned to enhance your existing approach to business resilience. How do you take your program to the next level and implement a more business centric approach to mitigate business continuity risk? Join us as we identify key areas for increased business continuity focus based on IBM's own experiences building and deploying their program worldwide. What risk strategies do you need to improve? Do you have new types of risks resulting from strategic initiatives? Are you moving into new markets? Globalising? Consolidating operations? Changing workforce demographics? How do you drive C-suite engagement? This webinar will provide insights and share specific examples of actions we all can take to evolve our business continuity programs to the next level.Read more >
As businesses scale, you need to be agile to keep up with the pace of building analytics and retrieving information quickly for the company. It is crucial then to improve the organization’s self-service capabilities and drive same-platform adoption in order to transform the business into an Enterprise-ready environment.
Hear from VMware as they share their key learnings from their Tableau journey of deploying self-service analytics across the organization. Through this webinar, you will learn how to:
Draw synergies and expertise across your company
Continue to scale while giving business users more empowerment
Develop new insight and accelerate data-driven decisions
Excite executive teams through real-time data access and powerful visualizations
Smart businesses know that great customer relationships are their best marketing tool.
This means keeping in regular contact in specific ways. However, remembering to do it at the right times is hard, and what should you be contacting them about anyway?
Join Tamsin Fox-Davies of Constant Contact to learn how and when to use auto-responder emails to create and grow great customer relationships that will bring clients back to you again and again.
She’ll share the three key automatic emails that every business should be using and the step-by-step method to setting-and-forgetting these for your business.
In the digital transformation of companies, many questions have arisen: how can Business Intelligence meet new business needs? How can Business Intelligence deliver insights in real-time? How can it analyse and scale increasingly growing data? How do you deploy business applications without training or user manuals?
In this webinar, you will learn through case studies how Big Data is transforming business intelligence via a technological transformation and with agile methods and a business-oriented approach.
Data visualization and visual data discovery can enable diverse types of users—from data scientists working with big data to nontechnical business managers and frontline users—to see significant trends and patterns in data that they would have struggled to see in voluminous tabular reports and spreadsheets. As big data volumes grow and organizations seek to integrate diverse and complex information, users’ ability to comprehend information quickly and put it to productive use hinges on data visualization.
Join this TDWI webinar and learn how data visualization and discovery are enabling organizations to make better business decisions.
The Business Intelligence (BI) and Analytics market has undergone a major shift. More interest and usage is driven by business users and analysts for an interactive style of analysis and a decentralized, easy-to-use approach to reporting, dashboards and analytics. On other end, IT wants to deliver this in a reusable, and governed manner. As adoption of BI and analytics increase, a scalable and modern platform is equally important for organizations to drive revenue and growth.
Join this Webinar to see how Fraport, owner and operator of Frankfurt Airport, has taken full advantage of interactive reporting and analytics to provide real-time information on passenger behavior and baggage delivery to improve customer satisfaction continuously.
More than 10,000 banking organisations, securities institutions and corporate customers in 212 countries trust SWIFT (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication) every day to exchange millions of standardized financial messages. Commensurate with its role in the global financial system, SWIFT has implemented a resilience that addresses the expectations of its customers. Involving customer community in disaster recovery exercise is essential to demonstrate that business continuity and recovery plans from all the parties are working effectively. With this webinar, we want to share our experience in preparing and running such exercises.Read more >
Want to learn how you can leverage technology to generate the business insights you need to make better business decisions? It’s not too late to join our webinar to hear from a Concur customer who did just that.
Concur’s Kellie Zimmerman, Senior Director, Sales for Small and Mid-Sized Businesses, will speak with Dean Haverstraw, IT Director of Samson Rope Technologies, Inc., about how his company:
•Increases visibility into data for managers and executives
•Integrates Concur Expense with other systems for transparency and easy access
•Uses mobile expense app to ease time burden on employees
According to a PwC report “One of the main reasons many banks world over have resisted embracing a customer-centric model is because of integration challenges.”
The future of most financial institutions depend on the strong connections they forge with customers. The relationship between banks and customers are constantly evolving and they need to adapt and connect in new ways with the customer to remain competitive today and win tomorrow’s customer. Mobile technology and social media are presenting opportunities and challenges to reach out to the customers like never before. While driving customer centric transformation initiatives are important for the bank, it is also extremely critical for the banks to have a strong Run the Bank strategy to drive operational efficiencies and manage cost pressures. Business integration plays a very critical and powerful role in designing and implementing Transform the bank and Run the bank initiatives. Despite the evident dividends banks seem to wrestle with their technology plans and investment decisions.
In this session, we will address a few effective strategies for banks to address the challenges posed with integrating technology and business and how banks can take the leap towards
a)Leveraging the strong multichannel interaction and delivering a seamless customer experience
b)Segmenting consumers dynamically through real-time insights
c)Tailoring real time offers based on real-time customer data
d)Run the bank initiatives with focus on efficiencies and cost savings.
With the right partner and technology expertise, you can deliver seamless banking experience to your customer.
Congrats on building an amazing company! We hope you take some time this week to celebrate your success.
You probably never thought that one day you would be celebrating how easy expense reporting could be at your company. But wouldn’t it be great if you had easy, scalable, and efficient expense reporting, with built-in guidelines and great insight into how employees are spending money? Just imagine how that insight could help you grow your business even more.
Join our webinar to learn how you can streamline expense reporting, so you and your employees can focus on activities that really matter to your business. And that is worth celebrating!
America’s 23 million small businesses are the heart and soul of our economy. It used be that small business owners could only dream of accessing the powerful technology solutions fueling Fortune 500 companies. Now, in a truly momentous time, small businesses can easily access the same rich functionality at incredible affordable prices. In this webinar, you’ll learn how technology can help boost three key areas of your small business: productivity, mobility and security.
Steve Strauss, Small Business Columnist, USA Today
Cindy Bates, Vice President, U.S. SMB Group. Microsoft
For many ordinary people ‘supply chains’ are a means to an end, they represent a mechanism through which goods and services are delivered on a daily basis, all around the world. Today’s supply chains are multi-level complex operations that not only rely on the flow of produce and goods, but also rely heavily on people, integrated information systems, infrastructure, transport and distribution networks - an interruption to any of these could result in the dis-continuity of the business.Read more >
Social media can help you win new customers and ensure that they become promoters, using their networks to bring even more prospects. This Social collaboration is infusing corporate applications with a layer that maps to the way your employees engage with each other and with your partners.
So what can you do to turn your business into a Social Business?
In this session we will look at this journey using SAP and its customers as case studies.