Category Archives: Digital Transformation

The Death of Batch?

Forbes recently spoke to Hazelcast about the future of enterprise applications. “Where data exists in environments and sits in applications, databases, web services and other entities that move back and forth, its non real-time status is typically denoted by the … Continue reading

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2022 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Full Life Cycle API Management

Gartner defines the full life cycle application programming interface (API) management market as the market for software that supports all stages of an API’s life cycle — planning and design, implementation and testing, deployment and operation, and versioning and retirement. … Continue reading

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10 Common Mistakes in Automation

Jean Pommier from IBM wrote: “I’m often suspicious when I see best practices not issued by practitioners who spend their lives in the trenches but this contains quite some field-tested wisdom, well done Gartner! And since too few people listen to … Continue reading

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Digital Twins and Digital Decisioning

The term Digital Twin was coined in 2014 in the context of manufacturing as a digital factory replication. Recently it becomes more and more popular in the context of knowledge representation for different business domains. Today a digital twin is … Continue reading

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When to Automate Decisions

A new article about decision automation in AI Building Blocks: “So far there is no unified decision method that can fit the puzzle of decision-making in organizations. For strategic and tactical decisions, practitioners continue relying on optimization and statistics but … Continue reading

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Digital transformation fall out of favor?

Forrester Research will run a free webinar on Jan 26 at 2 pm ET and they promise to explain: Why “digital transformation” has fallen out of favor and what has replaced that outdated idea. How rising interest inaccessibility will give … Continue reading

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BizOps–Aligning Business and IT in Automated Decision-making

In his post with this title,Tom Davenport talks about “BizOps”—a new effort to address and improve the relationship between IT and business. Like other “Ops”—DevOps, AIOps, RevOps, etc.— it’s an aspirational attempt to combine two processes and cultures—business and technology. … Continue reading

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Low-Code/No-Code Development

Many low-code/no-code solutions have gained speed in the enterprise, giving non-technical people the option to create simple applications. Analysts predict that the low-code industry will grow by 20+% each year. But what is low-code, why is it getting so popular … Continue reading

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Smart Factory: Optimize Factory Operations

Traditionally, Operational Technology (OT) data has been on-premises, managed using process manufacturing systems, and analyzed with monitoring, trending, and visualization tools. This approach was designed for a very important purpose – real-time process control. However, it has also created challenges, … Continue reading

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One Microjourney™ at a time

Alan Trefler, CEO at Pegasystems, just introduced “The new way of operating: One microjourney™ at a time“: What we’re really talking about are microjourneys – an optimized outcome for each customer touchpoint that, for example, changes the customer experience, builds a relationship, … Continue reading

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