Martec's law states, “Technology changes exponentially; organizations change logarithmically.” Translation? Technology will accelerate faster than companies can adapt to increasing data growth and adopt new business models.
“Content management” — at least as traditionally defined — is no longer the straw that stirs the process drink. It’s a key element, yes. It’s an important set of tools in the enterprise toolkit, yes. But it is not the only game in process town.
Data democratization allows data to be accessed across the organization and empowers individuals to use the data in their decision making and gain critical business insights. Data democratization is fast becoming a game changer as it’s moving towards a user centric micro-services based architecture.
Purchasing options outside of the office are diverse and varied depending on what people want to buy, where and when they buy it, and what they need it for. While shoppers might have personal preferences, they don't limit ourselves to one retailer for all purchasing decisions. So why do that in a
To accelerate its journey to AI, a data-driven organization needs a trusted data foundation that empowers information stakeholders. Stakeholders need the ability to discover, understand, integrate, analyze, govern and self-serve structured and unstructured data — on premises, on cloud, and hybrid
Most sales-driven organizations have needed a customer retention model at some point or another. The request is fairly straightforward: identify the customers that a business might lose. But the process can create a nightmare.