Barcelona, Dec 4, 2019.- Supply chains already look at the technological trends that will be imposed in 2020. Apart from the uncertainties, from Supply Chain Digital, they advance in which variables we have to focus on the next exercise:Continue reading “Predictions of technological innovations that will mature and converge to support greater resilience of the supply chain”
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How to assimilate the fourth industrial revolution for my company?
Barcelona, June 22, 2018.- The World Economic Forum has published a recent analysis that explains the consequences of the fourth industrial revolution (4.0). We have jumped from 2.0 to 4.0 in very few years. Technology is the engine that moves our society and we must assimilate it with total naturalness. Software takes on a very important role and its development helps to achieve the best challenges. According to the World Economic Forum although we have only seen the beginning, one thing is already clear: the Fourth Industrial Revolution is the greatest transformation human civilization has ever known. As far-reaching as the previous industrial revolutions were, they never set free such enormous transformative power.
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Amazon Dash: A world without supermarkets, hypermarkets and convenience stores?
Paris , April 22, 2014 – . There are plenty of technological companies that regularly innovate in our market niches. And there is a counted number of companies that are leading the way to other industrial sectors. One of these brands is undoubtedly Amazon. We focus here on its last “Dare “: Amazon Dash. A remote control to food shortages that you are consuming and you refilled at home in less than 24 hours . Even piloted in some regions of the United States and Germany. Enrique Dans, one of the most prestigious technological experts in Spain, has just published the following analysis:
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