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Enterprises today are amassing data at a faster rate than ever before and largely this data flows into a data warehouse or data lake or just individual databases where it sits. With enterprises struggling to leverage it in a holistic and meaningful way for their business, the appeal of “big data” is waning. So how Read the full article…

The connected enterprise is the new norm. Traditional chain paradigm with sequential and siloed operations lacking a connection between customer and factory is no longer cutting it. Today enterprises are excepted to be sufficiently in touch and aware of how to interact with each uniquely individual person they are fortunate to call their customer. Technologies Read the full article…

A knowledge graph as it relates to individual organizations is a unification of information across that organization enriched with contextual and semantic relevance. Introducing a knowledge graph creates a comprehensive and baseline set of knowledge accessible by personnel, applications and customers alike to gain understanding and drive actions and direction.

At this point in time, we’re living in the connected customer age. Frequently exposed to the internet, shoppers can easily find out important details on nearly every different product and company, making comparisons to competitors, and sharing their input through online ratings and/or social media. And yet there is largely a disconnect between what companies Read the full article…

We live in an era where the world is more connected than ever before and the trajectory is such that data relationships will only continue to increase with no signs of slowing down. Connected data is the key to your business succeeding and growing in today’s connected world. Leading enterprises will be the ones that Read the full article…