Operational Challenges faced by COVID-19 pandemic are here to stay and in order to thrive or even survive in these times, a new approach and use of technology may be needed to get your company ahead in these difficult times.
While integration will continue to be an evolving issue for companies and organizations to tackle, there are some basic steps every organization should take to reduce the challenges associated with systems integration.
Do more with less. That’s likely the message you’re getting these days. Your challenge is to improve operational efficiencies, reduce downtime, and better utilize the big data across your enterprise—all while racing against market factors beyond your control.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has gained much momentum as a means of retrieving data for use, via the Internet, in predictive analytics and big data analysis.
Watson Analytics is a cloud-based application that uses big data processing to transform data into a format used to communicate and collaborate around the data. It incorporates sophisticated analytics to predict outcomes in a form of intelligence that is useful in many business applications.
Timbergrove’s CEO, Ian Uriarte, has been included among The 50 Most Creative CEOs to Watch by Insights Success magazine. And, we have to agree, Ian is one talented guy.
Buildings consume nearly half (42 percent) of the world’s electricity. In the U.S., the U.S. Department of Energy estimates that buildings consume 70 percent of the nation’s energy, and as much as half of that figure is wasted energy.
Operating a health care facility in today’s highly regulated environment is no small task. On top of salaries and all the normal expenses associated with running a business, medical centers must maintain millions of dollars in state-of-the-art equipment if they are going to remain competitive.