IT has taken on a pervasive role in the world economy, fostering innovation at an incredible pace. Because of this, it is hugely important to predict where the IT industry is heading in the near and long term.
A research programme investigating the impact of real-time business
on strategy and management
Emerging technologies and trends
The transport sector has been an early adopter of real-time information and is wrestling with the challenges of incorporating automation sooner than most.
Learn more with Patrick Bossert, Digital Transformation Director, how National Rail uses real-time data for taking better decision and running more effective operations.
Changing prices in response to real-time fluctuations in demand allows companies to maximise profits and control supply – but there is a risk of angering the customer.
We have investigated real time pricing across different industries to extract the best practices.
The adoption of real-time data in healthcare is limited and scattershot, but providers are building the skills they need for the systems of tomorrow.
We interview Dr. John Toussaint, CEO ThedaCare Centre for Healthcare Value, who shares with us this thoughts and opinions.
A new study by The Economist Intelligence Unit reveals how real-time data is reshaping businesses...
In the early 1970s, the Chilean government established an ambitious project to run the country’s economy by computer. Dubbed 'Project Cybersyn,' the concept relied on real-time information sources and a decision support system to act upon the data as quickly as it came in.