IoT initiatives offer enormous opportunities for companies to adapt and remain resilient in a rapidly evolving operating environment, like the one we are currently experiencing. However, many IoT initiatives are trapped in the innovation basement, while it should really be an enterprise matter. Learn more in this whitepaper.
Even before the pandemic, work in all its forms was poised to change. Now, the future-forward script for businesses has crystallized: flexible, dataintensive and digitally oriented ways of working will be indispensable. Learn more in a new survey.
Artificial intelligence is a broad field that holds a great potential. It already impacts how businesses operate across industries. In this guide, we put AI in a Nordic context on basis of 975 leaders’ AI insights.
The ongoing pandemic has created a global shortage of life-saving drugs and supplies, just as social distancing has hampered the life sciences supply chain. Meanwhile, the postponement of nonessential procedures has reduced demand for products such as those used for vaccinations and ophthalmology. How should life sciences companies respond?
How do you handle the complexity of a global supply chain while also preparing it for future challenges? Building the resilient supply chain was on the agenda as experts from Nobia, GS1, Jernkontoret, and Trase gathered for Cognizant’s online seminar. Collaboration, transparency, and traceability were highlighted as key ingredients.
The Covid-19 pandemic has revealed a lack of preparedness to a variety of business disruptions. How do you build resilience into global supply chains? Succeeding will require businesses to embrace risk management, accelerate their digital agenda och gradually secure a diversified supplier base.
Given crises such as the ongoing pandemic, the merge of physical and digital worlds, and the ever-increasing customer expectations – the need to create a more holistic, responsive and better-connected ecosystem is pivotal.
How can manufacturers recover from this pandemic – and mitigate the next one? Here are some of the steps toward a hardening resiliency that manufacturers should consider.
How is the manufacturing industry currently coping with business operations? Some of the impacts of the Covid-19 response could end up accelerating enterprise modernization in the long run.
In times of uncertainty, organizations need a holistic supply chain strategy combined with a strong digital foundation. This approach helps to foresee and handle potential disruptions to demands and supplies in a more structured, effective manner.
To cope with the coronavirus pandemic, consumer goods and retail organizations need a holistic supply chain strategy. Together with a digital foundation, this helps anticipate disruptions and provides proactive recommendations to keep pace with the fluctuating demand and fulfillment cycle.
The world’s wild fish stocks are depleting at a rapid pace. The growing demand for high quality protein sources catalyzes need for increased operational efficiency and quality in wild and farmed fisheries. Economic yields and total cost of production are largely dependent on fish health and cost of feed. Are large-scale sensor deployment, IoT and big data platforms all part of the answer to sustainable fish production?
The rules for global business are changing at the fastest pace since the 19th century industrial revolution – and the combination of digital and renewables will massively disrupt the energy sector. Obstacles only, or new opportunities? Well, it depends.
We don’t buy the things we used to; we subscribe. We no longer care about product longevity, but about upgrade paths. We don’t worry about product reliability if it is backed by stellar service guarantees. How should businesses adapt to the rules of a new marketplace?
How can a mechanized, traditional trade utilize digitalization and connectivity to move towards more intelligent mining? Epiroc knows, having connected 2,800 machines around the world to improve customers’ operations, something that was covered during the seminar Innovation for Good (available on-demand).
How do you leverage cloud, AI and robotics to realize business outcomes? Well, it depends on where you stand today and where you want to go, according to the speakers from Microsoft, Mowi, Wallenius Wilhelmsen and Gartner who gathered at the first Snapshot Breakfast in Oslo (available on-demand).
Head of Manufacturing/Logistics/RCG, Cognizant Sweden
Principal Consultant Manufacturing, Cognizant Nordics
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