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.
Apple WWDC 2019 Brings Exciting Updates for Developers
Every year, Apple impresses at the Worldwide Developer Conference with new innovations and updates for developers. This year, Apple unveiled software updates for all of its new devices, as well as the new Mac Pro—a hefty desktop computer targeted toward enterprise users. Apple also revealed a new operating system for the iPad: iPadOS. However, the most impressive part of the conference were the significant improvements in developer tools and APIs, including massive improvements to Machine Learning capabilities, the new SwiftUI, and the new RealityKit. Throughout the presentations, Apple consistently emphasized its focus on privacy, clearly seeking to establish itself as a privacy powerhouse in the midst of data breaches and privacy compromises. There were a number of exciting updates that developers can add to their toolbox.
Digital Transformation in an Ever-Evolving Technological World
Technology advances on a daily basis. In order to ensure we consistently deliver unparalleled digital transformation services to our current and future clients, Productive Edge must remain vigilant and adaptive, recognizing that changes in technology come often and quickly. That’s why we consistently develop new tactics to harness these trends, expand our competencies, and bring the best possible solutions to our customers.
Productive Edge Hosts Intelligent Automation Workshop for Executives
In order to provide insights and examples to executives on how to successfully infuse Intelligent Automation (IA) into their applications and operations, Productive Edge, with help from DataRobot, is hosting a hands-on workshop in Chicago on June 5, 2019. Through a series of real-world scenarios and walkthroughs, this workshop will help executives understand and conceptualize the practical benefits of IA for their organizations.
Productive Edge Launches IoT Webinar Series
The Internet of Things (IoT) enables organizations to create powerful new experiences that improve people’s lives while also driving new revenue and market opportunities. It’s become clear that IoT should be a fundamental component of every organization’s growth strategy. But where does one begin when they have questions?
Minimizing Costs, Maximizing Revenue, and Enhancing Customer Experience for Health Insurance Companies
Another factor important to health insurance providers is the improvement of operational efficiency. Not only are organizations able to decrease their process times through automation, but they can also reduce their overhead costs. In part, this is because automation allows them to improve their utilization of skilled individuals for more difficult tasks.