IBM anticipated barriers to scaling enterprise AI. We developed a platform to help clients operationalize AI faster while infusing trust and transparency with IBM Cloud Private for Data and the add-on Watson OpenScale.
Today's manufacturing organizations operate in a dynamic environment characterized by increased complexity and uncertainty. The financial performance of manufacturers hinges on their ability to rapidly adapt to constantly-changing conditions, from demand fluctuations to delivery challenges while
Sales compensation programs are incredibly effective for aligning salespeople with company objectives. An organization can sink or swim by whether salespeople know the most forward-thinking and effective sales performance management (SPM) solutions.
It seems like CEOs all over the world are realizing that to be competitive, they have to embrace technologies like private cloud and artificial intelligence (AI). IBM Cloud Private for Data empowers organizations to be AI-ready with an integrated analytics platform.
If you work in the field of sales commissions, you’re likely aware of ASC 606, the five-step revenue recognition model and timelines. The basic premise on which both ASC 606 and IFRS 15 have been formulated is that an organization can recognize revenue from a customer contract only when the
The manufacturing industry finds itself embroiled in major changes these days, and analytics, cloud-based technologies, the Internet of Things and volumes of data are fueling its metamorphosis. See how manufacturing companies are shifting resources toward value-add processes such as
Green practices in the construction industry are producing smart buildings that offer tremendous levels of energy efficiency. Take a look at three building projects that apply Internet of Things technology to help significantly reduce energy consumption in smart buildings that showcase going green
For the transportation industry, predicting operational failures before they occur cuts down on the high costs that come with lost productivity and limited performance. Consider the ways technology is making businesses better able to take a proactive role before breakdowns disrupt critical
Data science helps people manage their assets, keep their vehicles in good working order and locate valuable natural resources. But can data do more to help humanity? Could data even change the world? Discover how you can join IBM in putting data to work for social good.
Outokumpu, a global leader in the production of high-performance stainless steel, recently discovered something interesting when it started treating machines as individuals. From reactive to proactive maintenance planning, Outokumpu’s philosophical shift underpins its new process with a focus on
Data engineers have much to learn from water management professionals, who have mastered the art of keeping filtered water on tap—ready at a moment’s notice. As information volumes begin to deluge data repositories and outpace traditional approaches, data professionals must use every tool at their
Change is coming for the transportation and logistics services industry. New regulations, driver expectations and the demands of a connected world are driving OEMs and electronics manufacturers forward.
The palette of materials we can use in 3D printing is expanding. And as the broadening range of applications for 3D printing moves us toward previously unseen horizons, what materials will become part of our creations? Discover how new substances are even now surpassing traditionally used materials
Some economists and philosophers tell us that we are already in the midst of a fourth industrial revolution. But what does that mean for companies operating in a time of change and upheaval? Join us for a look at how operations executives are prioritizing technological change.