UX and the Wild West

I’m not a huge fan of westerns, but I’ve seen my fair share on TV growing up. My kids have no interest in the exploits of the long forgotten cowboys and Indians. Their battlegrounds are futuristic landscapes with imaginary beasts and weapons fired using a game controller. The wild west frontier was defined during a 

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An approach to AI utilization within DPA

Digital Process Automation (DPA) is the evolutionary step out of the Business Process Management (BPM) construct of the past 10 years. Generally, most enterprises have some form of business process legacy built into their organization. Within this lens, we can see how organizations have mastered their processes through the creation of flows and rules that 

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Reimagining Clinical Trials

In this first of a two- part series, we will look at emerging trends and the challenges that clinical trials bring to the life sciences industry. In the forthcoming part, we will look at how life sciences enterprises can effectively respond to those challenges in a way that not only saves costs but also creates 

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Aftermarket Services And Manufacturing

As Industry 4.0 continues to generate huge waves of excitement in the tech world, both the cyber and physical are coalescing in a manner that can help create unprecedented value for both manufacturers and consumers. However, a tech-only view hides the broader changes happening in the manufacturing world that have the potential to fundamentally alter 

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Goodbye Copycat: China Returns to Its Innovation Roots

China has long been considered the copycat nation of the world. For generations, its goal was not to build on what the competition has done, but rather play catch-up by piggybacking on other people’s technological advances and underpricing the competition. For years, Chinese copycat knockoff products have flooded western markets. This raised concerns about brand 

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