On the Way to Becoming a Cognitive Enterprise
- LANGUAGE: English DATE: Monday, December 02, 2019 TIME: 2:00pm CET, 8:00am EST
The digitalization has resulted in the "digital enterprise". It aims at leveraging previously unused data and the information hidden in it for the benefit of the enterprise. The “cognitive enterprise” comes with the promise to use this information to do something productive, profitable and highly innovative for the enterprise. The cognitive enterprise is the application of cognitive technologies in critical areas of a company.
Automation, analytics and decision-making, customer support and communication are key target areas, because many tasks in today’s organizations are in fact repetitive, time-consuming, dull and inefficient. Focus (ideally) lies on relieving and empowering the workforce, when the task can be executed by e.g. bots or through Robotic Process Automation.
In this KuppingerCole webinar you will learn about:
Which technologies should be considered in a cognitive enterprise.
Robotic Process Automation and AI.
Where to start to get to achievable benefits and embed ‘cognitive’ into a corporate strategy.
The influence of cognitive on an organization beyond mere technology and AI.
KuppingerCole Analyst Anne Bailey will take you on a swift tour of the concepts of the cognitive enterprise and its promise of creating and evolving next-generation business models between converging technologies and data.
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