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Thought Leadership

When it comes to cloud computing, most of the talk has centered on public environments – how are they evolving, which is best and who will achieve market domination. Control of a dominant platform might be great for a provider, but what is right for the customer?

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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) adopted on April 27th 2016 by the European Parliament aims at updating, strengthening and harmonizing the personal data protection framework. Starting May 25th 2018, all companies – with over 250 employees handling personal data (physical, cultural, social…) of European citizens, whether they are customers, suppliers or employees – will have to adopt it.

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Your market

With the digital transformation, companies continuously modernize their IT, develop innovation and rapidly shift to cloud based models.
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19 September 2017 28 views
Today, banking customers want their up-to-date account information to be available at the touch of a button, stored safely and securely on the mobile devices in their pocket. To establish stronger customer relationships, financial services organizations are striving to improve their services, speed up their time-to-market with rapid deployment and ensure better performance and reliability. To do this, they’re increasingly turning to the cloud to develop and deliver digital services at low cost – Gartner predicts that by 2020, a corporate “no-cloud” policy will be as rare as a “no-Internet” policy is today.
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19 September 2017 26 views
The insurance industry is feeling the heat. Just a few years ago, everyone’s biggest concern was compliance, market volatility, or low rates. Traditional operating models were set in stone. Insurers were protecting customers over the long-term, often deciding what was good for the insuree without transparency or clarity. Most insurers did not anticipate dramatic changes in customer expectations and behaviors. Others did.
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19 September 2017 25 views
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Solutions

As part of their digital transformation, companies are using more and more different channels to interact with their customers and try to meet their needs as well as possible. But how can these organisations ensure that these moves are truly effective? It’s very hard to measure the efficiency of one particular channel by looking at in isolation from all the others. The answer? You need to reconstruct and analyse the whole customer journey: and, thanks to Big Data and analytics, that’s now a real possiblity.
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15 September 2017 45 views
In 2016, air passenger traffic grew by 6.5%, in line with the average annual rate of increase of over 5% in the last 10 years: a situation that is undoubtedly set to continue. This sharp rise is compounded by a profound change in the transport industry as a whole, with ever more intense competition, new expectations in terms of comfort and services both in the air and on the ground, much greater differentiation between high-end and low-cost offerings, constantly expanding environmental constraints and, of course, the ever-present and fundamental issue of safety.
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02 June 2017 1128 views
In many sectors of the economy – not least the aeronautical and automotive industries – additive manufacturing opens up fantastic possibilities. In particular, it offers the prospect of decentralising production and manufacturing parts on demand, wherever and whenever the need arises. But this kind of approach will only become a reality if one key condition is met: everything must be done to guarantee that the organisation’s Intellectual Property (IP) is protected. And the best answer to this problem is almost certainly to use a blockchain.
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17 May 2017 1489 views
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