Leveraging Riverbed solutions as a key part of their digital journey, Maersk measures customer experience on apps used to track shipping containers, enhancing the global supply chain experience. This has helped Maersk drive digital transformation efforts—as revenue is over 90% digital today, up from 20% just 5 years ago.
With over 30 million customers, BookMyShow is India’s first and largest online entertainment ticketing portal. Over a movie release weekend, BookMyShow sells over 1 million tickets in a day. Thanks to an efficient and scalable virtualised infrastructure from VMware, BookMyShow makes it quick and easy for customers to book tickets online—and enjoy more of the moments that matter.
How can German industry secure its leading position in the digital age? Frank Riemensperger and Svenja Falk of Accenture discuss their book, Titelverteidiger, which takes a look at the digitization and future potential of the German industry.
Inspired by United Arab Emirates’ innovation momentum and aspiration, the HPE Digital Life Garage, first opening in Dubai, will allow the whole ecosystem to proceed fast from idea to production, turning quickly ambitions into real experiences.
Watch Stuart Page, Director, Systems and Products, BBC, and Gareth Morgan, Head of Application Delivery, BBC Studios, talk about their company’s IT transformation journey and how HCL is helping to power change and innovation at the BBC.
The world is getting more and more connected, everything is generating data. The engineering and industrial gases company Linde has found smart ways to turn the tons of available data into real value for its customers.
Productivity and competitiveness are key to business growth and success. For RCL Foods, that meant digitizing and modernizing their aging sugar mill. Schneider Electric partnered with Master Alliance system integrator Control Software Solutions to deliver a new automated control system built on EcoStruxure Plant.
Each new year, people around the world look at past technology trends, established and new business practices, and disruptive innovations to compile a list of predictions for the coming year. This year, three Riverbed executives weighed in with their technology predictions for 2019. In 2018, the buzz was around the Internet of Things (IoT), blockchain, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and the hybrid cloud. 2019 will bring more disruption, digital transformation, and new ways to optimize digital performance.
TaylorMade Golf Company is using Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse to power innovation across business lines. Shifting workloads to Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse is already offering TaylorMade big performance gains and a lower TCO.
With the help of the blockchain technology, Capgemini has developed solutions tailored to the needs of life science companies that create value in supply chain management and clinical trial management.
Under pressure from big merchants and watchful regulators, the two mega app stores Apple and Google made concessions last year that gave merchants monetisation options outside of their stores. For example, in June 2020, the European Commission opened an anti-trust investigation to “assess whether Apple's rules for app developers on the distribution of apps via the App Store violate EU competition rules.”