Government Tech Insider will lift the veil that oftentimes obscures certain technologies and the transformative impact they have on our everyday lives.
Firms should embed ESG deep within their business processes to transform from being resource gluttons to regenerative businesses
Energy grids are more stressed than ever, but governments and utilities firms are struggling to know where or how to build capacity. Digital twins could super charge their efforts.
IT and business operations (ITBizOps) exponentially increase synergies across digital transformation programs for a perceptive customer and employee experience.
With technology, the time, effort, and cost of the science of an appraisal can be reduced considerably and allow appraisers to concentrate on the analytical aspects.
A configuration platform is a decision tool to assess multiple options and recommend the best possible configuration for electric vehicle charging stations.
Inclusive design is an increasingly important way for companies to innovate, open new markets, and improve customer and employee loyalty and satisfaction.
Businesses adopt low code, no code (LCNC) to accelerate innovation, escape legacy technologies, increase IT responsiveness, and enable citizen development.
Digitization is key for an efficient and transparent self-curating supply chain that allows organizations to sense, react, and act competently with predictive capabilities.
Broadband internet access is as critical as power and water to a strong economy. With funding in place to expand access across the U.S., business and community leaders must work together to manage the buildout and conduct outreach to increase adoption.
With the rise of data privacy regulations and growing safety concerns, traditional automotive incumbents should create connected vehicle platforms that give customers a greater say in what data they choose to share, all while fostering an app ecosystem that births entirely new business models.
To transform to a future-ready operating model, firms must institute customer-centric, outcome-oriented models, with product thinking, agility, governance, and value flow at the core.
Carbon offsets are a necessity for companies that want to reach net-zero, but organizations need a framework to understand and manage these complex programs.
Companies need to tap into their value networks to access the right data needed to deliver personalized experiences that will delight their customers.