Digital Industries: Changing The Game, Presented by SAP

Digital Industries: Changing The Game, Presented by SAP

Game-changing technology strategies are transformational, exciting and disruptive for a reason. They shake up your status quo. They get you thinking about new ways to scale, compete and grow. They move you in amazing new directions. Join host Bonnie D. Graham as she invites you to take an additional coffee break with game-changers for our special series on how the world`s digitization is impacting YOUR industry, on Digital Industries: Changing The Game. Learn how you can become a digital leader who takes your company across the finish line as you look ahead to the next wave of industry-specific digital solutions. Digital Industries: Changing The Game, presented by SAP, can be heard live Tuesdays at 9 AM Pacific Time / 12 PM Eastern Time on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel.

Episodes

November 1, 2016 58 min
The buzz: “Get in or you’ll miss the fun” -Katie McGarry, Pushing the Limits. We’re entering a new age of the mobile experience, as smart devices and business productivity tools change how we work, communicate, sell, and buy. But workers in the Automotive industry around the globe now need to access, make decisions, and take action on sensor-and-device-generated mission-critical enterprise data from wherever they are. How is the ne...
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The buzz: “Connectivity is productivity” -Huffington Post 021215. While we as consumers spend more time on mobile devices than on traditional computing devices, the transformative power of mobile has not fully reached the workplace. Beyond getting email, alerts and chat on a phone, workers across industries around the globe cannot access mission-critical enterprise data, make decisions or take action from any location on the device...
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The buzz: You look mah-velous, darling! Wake up call for the fashion industry! Forget about your forever-focus on seasonality, and pay very close attention to the digital age and the fashion consumer. Who? They’re tech-savvy, they’re social media-influenced, and they demand trend availability right now. Perhaps even more critical are the blurring lines among the traditional definitions of fashion retailer, manufacturer, and wholes...
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The buzz: “In an age of infinite digital documentation, paper was the last safe place for secrets.” (Evan Angler) The paper-making industry officially dates to 105 AD in China, although writing material was found in ancient Egypt. We use paper without a thought about how it’s produced. But now the very survival of the global paper and packaging industry is challenged by digital media and paperless technology. It’s time for innovat...
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The buzz: Shhh. Do you hear it? Your commercial moving assets are talking. What are they? Significant machines that move while doing something to create business value – a fleet of trucks, aircraft, fork lifts, floor sweepers. What are saying? Their data will teach you about opportunities, efficiencies, trust and loyalty, competitive advantages, risks, operational improvements – and lead to profound business cases and new business...
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The buzz: Well, now! The recent fall in commodity prices has hit upstream oil and gas companies the hardest, impacting their cash flow and ability to continue investing in high-risk projects. The result: a shift from volume to value as well operators focus on improving well efficiency instead of new drilling. Massive shifts in global demographics, wealth, and consumer engagement, fueled by technology adoption, will create new growt...
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The buzz: Show me the money … now! Banks are grappling with dual formidable challenges. Customers expect and demand relevant products and great services, influenced by personalized, easy experiences shopping on Alibaba and Amazon. And digital disruption by “fintech” newcomers is giving the industry a makeover it may not be ready for. Reality check: What is the digital maturity of banks globally? Tune in for preliminary findings...
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Today’s buzz: Digitization. You hear this term all the time, but what does it really mean? Maybe it’s technologies seeking real-world and business applications like 3D printing, virtual reality, big data, predictive analytics, in-memory computing, or AI. Maybe it’s re-imagining business models and processes, and how we work. Or maybe it’s how companies work together in new ecosystems. This season, we will explore how digital transf...
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The buzz: So what? Big Data may not be a new concept, but with 90% of the world’s data created in the past 24 months, it’s a challenge and an opportunity whose time has come. With the traditional Telecom industry shaken by disruption and consolidation in the new Digital Economy, it’s time to explore how true innovation is happening by harnessing the power of data across the enterprise. Areas ripe for optimizing: fraud prevention, r...
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The buzz: Shaken, not stirred. By 2025, the world’s largest professional services firms may have NO employees, thanks to the perpetual disruption of digitalization! Today’s global business and multiservice providers are being challenged to continuously update their business models to stay competitive. Success will come to fully digitized firms designing re-usable IP-based assets, delivered by a mobile-enabled, socially-connected wo...
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The buzz: “Help me if you can, I’m feeling down.” US citizens are generally living longer and healthier – but not everywhere. Per the Washington Post’s analysis of CDC mortality data, caucasian women’s death rates rose as much as 40+% in 24 years, especially around small cities and rural areas. Yes, our personal behaviors and circumstances affect our health. But can governments’ new digital capabilities empower us to help ours...
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The buzz: It’s the law. Welcome to the era of true business innovation. Breakthrough technologies have matured, enabling five defining tech trends – hyper-connectivity, mobility, cloud computing, outcome-based engagements, and cyber security – and the global digital economy. Can your firm’s current business model survive with clients demanding greater transparency, visibility, collaboration, flexibility, responsiveness, and a consi...
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The buzz: You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one. (John Lennon) The first three industrial revolutions were powered by steam (1700s), electricity (1800s), and computerization (1960s). Today, the fourth is connecting machines and equipment with the ubiquitous Internet of Things – enabling the digitization of business across all industries to revolutionize processes, customer interactions, and business models. The heart ...
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The buzz: Power to the people! Mobile devices outnumber people on the planet, as 5.8 billion mobile users–80 % of the world–connect via 8.6 billion devices (Radicati). Predictions: By 2050, electricity, natural gas and water demand will double or triple. Energy and water usage will soar as vehicles and mass transit go electric to transport 10 billion. Implications: The global networked economy needs clean, dependable, affordable el...
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The buzz: Shhh. Do you hear it? Your commercial moving assets are talking. What are they? Significant machines that move while doing something to create business value – a fleet of trucks, aircraft, fork lifts, floor sweepers. What are saying? Their data will teach you about opportunities, efficiencies, trust and loyalty, competitive advantages, risks, operational improvements – and lead to profound business cases and new business...
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February 9, 2016 56 min
The buzz: Cure me, please. Personalized Medicine is evolving aggressively, with measurable results already seen in key areas. But the discipline, which targets the characteristics of individuals rather than populations, still needs to mature. Challenges including effectively targeting the best applications and honing supporting technology. As health care providers and researchers build-out competencies in Big Data and analytics, th...
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January 19, 2016 56 min
Today’s buzz: Digitization. You hear this term all the time, but what does it really mean? Maybe it’s technologies seeking real-world and business applications like 3D printing, virtual reality, big data, predictive analytics, in-memory computing, or AI. Maybe it’s re-imagining business models and processes, and how we work. Or maybe it’s how companies work together in new ecosystems. This season, we will explore how digital transf...
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The buzz: Playing catch-up. We shop, talk with friends, watch TV, and check our bank accounts on the Web. But many of us still receive paper utility bills by snail mail and pay by check. Why? Reality check: Utilities’ adoption of digital technologies lags behind retail, communications, and even government. When will Utilities get on board? The experts speak. Michael Shanko, CMS Energy: “If we don’t change, we don’t grow. If we don’...
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The buzz: Power up! With a projected 10-billion world population by 2050, the demand for electricity, natural gas, and water will double or triple. Energy and water consumption will soar as vehicles and transit go electric. The digital economy needs clean, dependable, affordable power, but disruptive de-carbonization, deregulation and decentralization could have dire consequences for the utilities hierarchy and its customers. Will...
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September 15, 2015 56 min
The buzz: Better together. The Insurance industry appears to be at a tipping point, on the verge of exciting and massive growth. But this requires historically independent Risk and Finance professionals to leave their silos and collaborate. According to a 2014 IDC white paper commissioned by SAP, an integrated risk-finance profile can facilitate improved financial forecasting; enhance timeliness, accuracy and completeness of inf...
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