A Capgemini study of nearly 1,000 organizations implementing Artificial Intelligence highlights the growth opportunity of AI and counters fears that AI will cause massive job losses in the short term.
The Connected Vehicle Security Operations Center.
We are on the cusp of truly remarkable changes in the way we think of healthcare and how we deliver healthcare. Artificial Intelligence will be a key enabler for both the transformation and the disruption of the healthcare ecosystem.
Welcome to the August edition of BTB with our focus on the rapidly changing world of manufacturing, where digital technologies are forcing companies to rethink product, supply chain, and consumer satisfaction, in real time.
Ours is a connected world. The tsunami of IoT devices has come to our homes, workplace, to industries, and to the projects we manage, to the products we create.
There was a time when analytics meant implementing a huge Business Intelligence (BI) system, spending a lot of money and landing up with a project that would run into several years. Naturally, a wide chasm emerged between the “haves” and “have-nots”.
The cloud is no longer an emerging technology, and the business case is increasingly clear. What’s less clear to leaders of large companies is the technological and change management roadmap.
What does the future of retail look like in this age of digital disruption? As online sales soar at a double-digit pace at the expense of traditional stores, how can retailers compete?
Capgemini helps Cathay Pacific to modernize its processes with customized solutions for the aviation industry.
In today’s world, manufacturing companies track a variety of KPIs and leading indicators to determine the operational efficiency of their overall production.
While these companies represent different industries and have different business models, there are a few common themes that everyone agrees should be leveraged when handling end-customer operations: