Wearables in manufacturing will transform shop floor activities such as training, safety and transparency, writes Plex Systems' Jason Prater.
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s the technology buyer finally becoming rational? Sailthru CEO Neil Lustig thinks so - and the implications for tech and marketing leadership are huge. In his first diginomica piece for Sailthru, Lustig explains the marketing/tech/data convergence driving the new buyer.
Precision medicine is so important that it's on President Obama's mind every morning. Why? Because the technology to manage data at scale can change health care for the better. In her first diginomica piece, SAP's Enakshi Singh explains the potential.
Highly modified ERP systems in aerospace and defense may no longer be responsive and agile enough for today's business needs, writes Infor's Edward Talerico
Fighting contagious diseases before they become epidemics is a huge global concern. SAP's Irfan Khan shares the origins of its project SORMAS, and why real-time technology can help prevent or minimize future epidemics
Sure, cloud is faster, cheaper, better. It's also helped manufacturers improve quality, boost output and go real-time, writes Plex Systems' Jim Shepherd
In services organizations, people make the difference. Do your workplace systems support diversity? asks Unit4’s Thomas Staven
Whether you buy a smartwatch or not, wearables will change the way you use ERP. Kevin Roberts of FinancialForce.com explains the top 3 reasons why