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As supply chains rebalance in 2024, enterprises have eyes on agility This article is sponsored by: Celonis logo © Celonis

Supply chain disruption in recent years has seen enterprises facing shortages followed by surpluses. Next year we’ll see a rebalancing, says Peter Budweiser of Celonis, as companies find new ways to stay agile and avoid bottlenecks. End-to-end visibility will be key – but the notion of ‘end-to-end’ itself is changing, as process visibility expands beyond enterprise walls.

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Enterprise Hits and Misses - we debate the impact of AI on digital teamwork and content marketing, while Apple Vision Pro goes full dystopian This article is sponsored by:

This week - generative AI use cases in digital teamwork and content marketing get a closer look... Which one am I bullish or grouchy about? AI doomsday can wait, but the breaches prove deep fakes are here now. Meanwhile, Apple Vision Pro antics go viral, but is this spatial computing, or fan servicing? Read on...

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The AI arms race - if you can’t be the first to build new tools, be the best at adopting them This article is sponsored by:

It’s easy to get distracted by the success of others - in this context, the companies building innovative new AI systems. However, countries and governments should consider that there is a first mover advantage in adoption, not just building.

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