Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 9th May 2014 |
SiliconANGLE’s theCUBE broadcast from IBM Impact Conference in Las Vegaslast week. Helming theCUBE desk for IBM Impact were John Furrier and Paul Gillin and on Day 1 they interviewed me on how predictive analytics is stepping front & center in the business world. You can read the post here and the video is embedded below:
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 29th April 2014 |
Marie Wieck came back to discuss how to create the kind of composable business IBM discussed on day 1. It’s critical, she says, to keep customers at the center and drive a new process from this. It’s key to use data to make better decisions, and it’s important to have the kind of scalable infrastructure you need to make this scale and deploy effectively.
Once again the focus is on IBM customers and HH Gregg came on stage to talk about their journey. As a regional retailer they need to need to differentiate themselves. In particular they have focused on providing a “friction free” shopping experience on every channel. They have historically invested in training for their staff and have tried to bring this kind of personalized service to their mobile strategy. They determined that it was not enough to “mobilize” their existing interface, it had to reflect the different form factor and interaction patterns. Mobile had to lead not jus
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 10th April 2014 |
I am part of a panel at IBM’s IMPACT 2014 on New Systems Meet New Business Challenges: Turn Data into Insight to Make More Accurate Decisions (BDL-1378), Monday April 28 at 5:15pm
Interactive systems, mobile devices, and social networks generate more data every day – and this is not going to stop. Making sense of this astronomic amount of unstructured data to identify risks and opportunities, and making the right decisions to address these is going to be an essential business differentiator. Traditional systems cannot cope with such complexity. Neither can big data, analytics, and operational decision management when used individually. But when combined, these technologies can lead to new systems that meet these challenges and enable unforeseen capabilities. In the first part of this session, experts utilize a use case and technological perspective to show how bi
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 8th April 2014 |
I am speaking at IBM’s IMPACT 2014 on The Mobile Enterprise – Driving the Need for Better Decisions & Smarter Processes (SPD-2798), Tuesday April 29 at 3:45pm
The consumerization of technology in enterprises, increasingly mobile employees and the demands of more social, mobile and connected consumers are putting increased pressure on enterprises. Adopting mobile management and development technologies is part of the solution, allowing organizations to develop new interfaces and to manage the range of devices connecting to their systems. However the back-end systems supporting these mobile devices must also change. Because mobile users need answers not data, because the systems they access must personalize their response based on user and location, because these responses must be real-time and yet also analytic, mobile forces a new kind of back end system to be de
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 30th April 2013 |
Here are the slides for my session at IBM IMPACT today Decision Management Cases: Agility and Adaptability from James Taylor Hope you enjoyed the posts from IMPACT. Don’t forget to sign up for the newsletter if you aren’t already and contact us if you need any help with Decision Management.
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 22nd April 2013 |
I am giving an IBM Champion’s Corner Talk on how to model decisions to maximize the value of business rules with reference to a forthcoming standard at this year’s IBM IMPACT event. I will be speaking at 1pm on Tuesday and you can find the IBM Champion’s Corner Talk in the Client Reference Lounge in the […]