Artificial intelligence sounds like expensive high-performance computers and complex algorithms. But with the right data and technologies, it’s really easy to get started. Especially if you start with simple use cases and platforms.
Artificial intelligence: Many companies want to take advantage of this new trend. Especially but not only, AI-based application cases require the right data basis. A comprehensive data strategy also clarifies other questions related to processes or responsibilities. Such a strategy is fairly easy to develop and implement if you use the right approach.
Artificial intelligence can make companies even more effective, faster and more modern. When it takes over routine tasks or even delivers new insights, it becomes a superpower. So to implement AI projects properly, five areas are critical to success. With appropriate steps, implementation is not difficult.
AI applications in marketing, sales and product management. Use cases and recommendations for companies that want to use artificial intelligence.
Connected work for employees in production and customer service is a must. Companies should therefore integrate frontline workers digitally and securely into communication, collaboration and processes. There are a number of practical solutions for digitizing the work processes of frontline workers.
Home office, flexible working hours, flat hierarchies – new tools alone are not enough for New Work. Companies must bring the constantly changing needs of employees into harmony with the organization in order to ensure long-term success. This also requires new values and ways of working in all areas. With the right approaches, the necessary cultural change can be achieved.
Industrial companies are increasingly launching promising AI projects. But after the proof-of-concept, the process falters: important data is missing, the results are disappointing, or the concrete use case is not so clear after all. What you can do about it.
Back in the office – at least temporarily: Many employees currently have this wish. To ensure that they can efficiently continue the working methods they learned in the home office and also feel comfortable and secure, CIOs must now lay the foundation for the seamless office.
Blockchain is more than just Bitcoin. But even after the initial hype, many companies are still at a loss as to what they can do with the technology. Yet blockchain offers many new and exciting approaches, especially in the areas of IoT and security.
Low-code platforms are a quick solution to everyday problems as a development environment. Finally, reinforced by the pandemic, companies need flexible and pragmatic approaches. Specialist departments can thus create their own apps, for example for training management.