According to Gartner, RPA is on its way to mainstream – estimates say about 60% of companies with revenues greater than $1B have deployed RPA in some capacity. This number is expected to reach 85% by 2022. RPA spending currently stands at about $700M and RPA prices are expected to fall sharply.
I read an interesting article today on Hart Energy’s website titled US Shale Producers Could Face Another Bankruptcy Wave. It’s an interview with Paul Jansen, managing director of Conway MacKenzie about a potential wave of bankruptcies in the E&P space. He posits that lower production driven by the industry trying to meet investors’ laser focus on the
I love how Blockchain experts paint the future: all of ‘us’ will be Blockchain-ed in some capacity and all physical elements, currencies, services, and even energy will be traded, shared, or tracked using Blockchain. Even our movements today can be made more secure with a Blockchain footprint. All material assets, from money to stocks to diamonds to art, will also be on Blockchains. Energy will be tracked, distributed, and traded via a Blockchain. Everyone will benefit from the transparency of the new universe if we move to this immutable form of managing data.
The world of information is at a tipping point. There is a wave of information about predictive analytics and AI that will change the way we eat, sleep, combat disease, prepare for weather events, and all matters large and small known to man. It is an exciting time if you are open to the change that will come about as a result of being able to anticipate and predict events.
2019 brings much promise to the world of Human Capital. With machine learning, predictive analytics, and AI coming more to the forefront, the future looks promising. Forward-thinking HR leaders will begin to harness the power of information, both macro, and micro, to drive more individualized developmental paths for their employee base. It is a hopeful and exciting time for the individual learners within corporate organizations.
Emerging technology in the modern supply chain is getting a lot of attention and for good reason. These emerging technologies have the ability to completely change how we interact with our customers and our suppliers. Applications for IoT, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics Process Automation (RPA), and Blockchain are far-reaching. In many companies, Supply Chain is leading the way in driving innovation and the use of emerging technologies.
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