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Tips for Optimizing Your Service Parts Supply Chain
By Megan R. Nichols, Freelance Technical Writer

Service parts supply chains serve an integral role in nearly every industry. You're responsible for shaping, forming and assembling the individual components of a product so they can be shipped out and assembled elsewhere.

The new age of Nike – how this big name is rethinking retail faster than most retailers
By Cate Trotter, Head of Trends, Insider Trends.

Just Do It. Nike’s slogan seems more like a mission statement these days. While others may be stuck struggling or hashing out their strategy, Nike is out there just doing it.

The Age of Digital Transformation
By Meg Whitman, CEO, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Although we’ve been anticipating it for years, I think we can all agree that the digital revolution is now transforming every aspect of our lives—at home and in business.Take travel, for example.

Quote to Cash – Real Time Enablement
By Sruthi Sreenivas, Director, Mule Integration Services, Sunera Technologies, Inc

Quote to Cash (Q2C) is the most important business process covering the end to end process in sales lifecycle. Transportation of Q2C for digitalization is the best way to keep this lifecycle fast, real-time and accurate.

It’s Time to Get Smart about Your Approach to AI
By Vicki Huff Eckert, Global Leader, Technology, PwC

Most innovation strategies today encompass emerging technologies, including artificial intelligence (AI).

How Will the IoT Improve Cold Chain Monitoring
By Megan R. Nichols, Freelance Technical Writer

IoT and connected technologies allow for more robust streams of data, which in turn offers detailed information about day-to-day operations in the enterprise world.

On Second Thought... The Cloud & the Channel
By Carolyn April, Senior Director, Industry Analysis, CompTIA

Every once in a while, a reality check hits you. Is my kid really Harvard material? Will I ever fit into my 10-year-old clothes again? Am I honestly cut out to run this bed and breakfast?

Is Bad Data Costing You Your Edge? Incomplete, Inconsistent, and Inaccurate Data is Holding You Back.
By Kelly Sborlini, Vertical Market Lead - Life Sciences, LexisNexis Risk Solutions

Provider information fuels the marketing and sales efforts of life sciences organizations. It helps you focus your outreach efforts and uncover additional sources of revenue.

The CTO To VP Engineering Fork
By Julia Austin, CTO, DigitalOcean

There comes a time in every scaling tech start-up’s life when an engineering team begins to show signs of needing help.

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Are You Optimizing Your Warehouse Weighing Systems?
By Megan R. Nichols, Freelance Technical Writer

Speed and accuracy is the name of the game when it comes to weighing raw materials and freight in a warehouse setting.

Insider Threats Are More Risky Than You Think
By Regine Bonneau, Founder & CEO, RB Advisory LLC

According to, an Insider Threat is a current or former employee, contractor, or other business partner who has or had authorized access to an organization’s network

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Blue-collar Backlash: Are We Too Arrogant in IT?
By Mel McGee, Founder & CEO, We Can Code IT

Some things really get IT folks riled up. One of them is a recent article in Wiredclaiming that coding is the next big blue collar job.

Big data in the healthcare & pharmaceutical market is estimated to witness a strong growth rate by 2030
By Sukumari Shorey, Manager - Digital Marketing, Radiant Insights

Global big data in the healthcare & pharmaceutical market is estimated to witness a strong growth rate during the forecast years (from 2017 to 2030). The term big data describes large data sets.

Can Southeast Asia capitalize on artificial intelligence?
By Diaan-Yi Lin, Senior Partner & Managing Partner, McKinsey

Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies can benefit Southeast Asia in many ways, from making much-needed services more accessible, to enhancing the quality of jobs across the region.

Business Benefits of Getting Six Sigma Certified
By Megan R. Nichols, Freelance Technical Writer

Six Sigma certifications have been around for more than 30 years, first being put into practice by Motorola in 1986. It has become so popular that many companies have started to adopt this methodology.

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