Weathering the Storm Part 10: Data Analytics & AI: An Introduction

  |  June 4, 2020

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The scale of business disruption caused by COVID-19
is unprecedented. But adversity often acts as a catalyst and accelerator for change.

The adoption of software tools to access data and the
use of AI by businesses is already well underway—in a survey conducted by The Economist, 75% of executives said “AI will be ‘actively implemented’ in companies within the next three years.”

The current crisis has supercharged this transition and will create distance among business leaders incorporating automation and AI in their processes with the laggards who will embrace change too late to their company’s detriment.

Today, accessing data even without an API can be automated. Near real-time analytics and AI-driven forecasting are technologies that will not only help organizations weather the current storm but position them to thrive in a post-COVID world.

Parts 2 and 3 of our three-part series will dive
deeper into each of these technologies. We can help your company identify opportunities to prove the business value of these technologies via an assessment and demo.