Are you Looking to Optimize and Automate Operations with Augmented Reality?
Can you adapt your backend operations to provide the products and services that consumers demand? The truth is, change in retail is inevitable and always occurring. With new and quicker ways to purchase goods more efficiently, consumers have become more empowered than ever before. This puts pressure on retailers to deliver a customer-centric, unified retail experience. If your goal is to drive down costs while keeping pricing competitive, then you need a disruptive change for your operations. But where do you begin to optimize and automate your back end? Start with Augmented Reality. Our latest ebook uncovers strategies and tactics to take advantage of modern technologies for the retail world. Through reading this, you will gain a further understanding of how to optimize and automate your back end operations. This ebook will deliver opportunities to learn more about what AR can do specifically for anything from product design and development to product sourcing and content...all the way up to store planning. “Through exploring the different pain points retailers deal with from their backend operations, readers will be provided with insights as to how Augmented Reality (AR) can improve processes,” said Raheel Retiwalla, EVP of Productive Edge. “AR is not only a proficient technology to advance offerings in the front of your store for consumers to browse, transact, acquire, and consume, but it is a successful way to bolster your ‘behind the scenes’ processes.” Now is the time to modernize your backend operations. Through implementing Augmented Reality, you can optimize and automate your back end operations to earn you more business, increase efficiency, and improve your bottom line. There isn’t some trick or secret to doing it either. These results are at your fingertips and ready to implement. Are you ready to learn how AR can elevate your backend operations? Download our ebook to find out more.
Productive Edge Teams Up to Deliver First-Ever AI Saturday in Boston
In October, Productive Edge teamed up with Boston Business Analytics and AI to host the first-ever AI Saturday Meetup at the Microsoft Technology Center in Burlington, MA. This exciting event brought together individuals and leaders from organizations who are searching for new ways to strategically implement digital transformation. Productive Edge team members were on hand to lend expertise on the practical power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML).
Productive Edge Hosts Intelligent Automation Dinners
In September, Productive Edge hosted a pair of dinners focused on the power of Intelligent Automation (IA). Together with our partner WorkFusion, the events were the perfect combinations of technology, networking, and delicious food. The first occasion was held in New York City on September 17, while the second was held in Chicago on September 24. The Chicago event featured special guest Kery Wang, Intelligent Automation Center of Excellence Leader at Humana. Productive Edge and WorkFusion experts were on hand to share case studies and discuss how leading companies are achieving significant cost savings and increasing their operational efficiency through Intelligent Automation (IA).
Third Quarter Employee Appreciation Event: Family Day at the Zoo
Each quarter, Productive Edge makes it a point to honor and celebrate our hard-working employees. Our culture is a major factor in our success, and these events are core to building friendships, establishing camaraderie, and fostering a sense of company spirit.
Introducing: The PE Summer 2019 Interns
Each year, Productive Edge endeavors to make an impact in the tech community through our Student Internship Program. By enlisting students from various colleges around the country, we are able to tap into new resources while also providing opportunities for students to gain practical hands-on experience with emerging technologies. This summer, our intern team came together to create a product by leveraging Microsoft HoloLens technology. The result is a Bluetooth-enabled visual remote assistance app that can be used by manufacturers to receive predictive analytics in order to better maintain their products. Stay tuned for our Intern Blog Series, coming out soon, which will detail the project.
Healthcare Digital Marketers: Provide Proactive, Personalized Next Best Actions to the Modern Healthcare Consumer
Navigating the healthcare system is complex, both for those providing healthcare services and for those receiving it. For example, a patient may see their primary care physician, their pharmacist, and their cardiologist all in the span of a week. Their health insurance company keeps track of these visits and the type of care they’re receiving. On top of that, the patient is increasingly empowered, expecting targeted, personalized and seamless experiences across the continuum of care. So, if you are a healthcare service provider, how do you meet the needs of the modern patient by making sure the patient is receiving the right, personalized notifications about their care, at the right time, in the right channel? We’ll tell you.