In this series of digital transformation resources, learn how to create a performance playbook that allows your organization to create more value for consumers through a supply chain that’s based on collaboration and organization.
Its Tianjin, China and Indaiatuba, Brazil locations are being recognized for implementing advanced fourth industrial revolution (4IR) technologies, such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, and digital twins. Learn more.
Expect humans to become the “nice to have” component of the work equation as the next wave of technological change — the one that will remedy inflation and restore global GDP growth — is delivered from the enterprise side of business.
With benefits extending from increased collaboration to enhanced safety, more consumer goods companies are investing in digital twins, including Unilever, Mars, Coca-Cola, Kraft Heinz, and Johnson & Johnson.
L’Oreal is doubling down on building out tech that could transform the future of beauty. As part of this strategy, it is investing $140 million in a research and innovation center in Clark, New Jersey that will be fully operational by 2024. Get the details.
We dig into some of the biggest consumer behavior changes that are impacting customer service operations today, and learn about some of the technologies that are most important to brands and retailers to meet these new needs.