What does ‘innovation’ really mean? What should companies do to incorporate innovation in their DNA to apply it at speed and scale?
Welcome to the Applied Innovation podcast, from Capgemini’s Applied Innovation Exchange network.
Listen in as Frank Wammes discusses with business and technology leaders the challenges companies face on their journey to digital transformation, solutions and recommendations.
Digital Supply Chain: Unlocking the value hidden in complexity – Part 2
For large corporations, supply chains define the word ‘complex’. Huge functional teams, immense spans of control, ever-increasing volumes of data, not to mention a massive reliance on partners, macroeconomic conditions, and ever-evolving consumer expectations. Despite this complexity, modern supply chains are incredibly adept at delivering results and providing a critical link between corporate strategy and the end consumer.
In Part 2 of this podcast, we continue the conversation with Kevin Syslo, and Joe Boggio from Capgemini’s Applied Innovation Exchange in San Francisco, and Frederic Laluyaux, CEO of Aera Technologies on how this complexity can actually be a business advantage.
5G in Industrial Operations: How telcos and industrial companies stand to benefit
5G is one of the most hyped technologies of the last 12 months, with the promise of faster connectivity, greater reliability and security, lower latency and network slicing but many are questioning if it will live up to expectations and truly disrupt the telecoms ecosystem. New research from Capgemini reveals that manufacturers across the globe are ready to embrace 5G, but telco players are not quite so ready.
Frank Wammes, Sally Eaves, Gunther May, and Pierre Fortierexamine the current state of play and discuss what’s needed in order for it to reach its full potential.
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