More and more we are seeing this in our daily business activities – market volatility means companies must make fact-based decisions faster—possibly even in real-time—to compete effectively. Real-time and predictive analytics provide a tool set to enable responses that are both faster and consider future scenarios, and deliver the added benefit of reducing risk in decision-making by ensuring that they are taken with the most up-to-date information available.
New AI-powered technologies being embraced by the enterprise provides all staff levels with capabilities previously restricted to IT. Among these new capabilities is the new role of citizen developers, where most anyone in an organization can develop applications using self-coding programs. This is a good thing on the whole, but as with any other revolution, it comes with challenges and potential drawbacks, which CIOs and their teams will need to address.
Having reached another milestone, with the expansion of our global footprint to the U.S. where, in addition to having over 50 enterprise customers, we’re seeing a huge demand for our services, and our inclusion in Gartners Magic Quadrant as a Challenger, report there’s no better time than now to give a shout out to the community of developers, IT managers and our customers-at-large, who have made this possible!
Many recent articles deal with digital transformation and how it will change and affect different professions and jobs.
The replacement of man’s functions with hardware + software has always been a reality, in some periods with greater significance than in others, and it is a fact that it will continue to happen in times to come.