AI for ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) is quickly becoming a critical tool for organizations seeking to become more sustainable. Sustainable investments were predicted to be worth $30 trillion in 2018, a 34% increase over 2016. Investors (and the general public) are increasingly interested in determining if and how enterprises are ecologically and socially responsible.
Low code no code platforms have revolutionized the software development industry recently. Gartner predicts that by 2024, 65% of app activity will result from no-code development. Further, the market for these platforms will grow to $26.9 billion by 2023, $3.8 billion up from 2017. The demand for low code, no code (LCNC) platforms is driven
Low Code No Code AI, A Driving Force in Development Low code no code AI platforms function much like other LCNC platforms, allowing non-technical users to leverage AI.  It employs a drag-and-drop interface that enables customers to personalize AI solutions with pre-built models and data connectors. No code platforms go a step further— users can create and deploy artificial intelligence models and applications without any
Can Supply Chain Simulation Work for You? In today’s global economy, monitoring the complete supply chain is critical to gaining a competitive edge. Demand and output alter dynamically, making it essential for supply chains to enhance their operations and adapt to evolving client demand. In addition, effective supply chains should provide products and services in a timely, reliable, and cost-effective manner.  
Toilet paper is perhaps the one phrase that sums up the pandemonium that was unleashed across several parts of the world when the COVID-19 pandemic first began to sweep across borders.  Depending on where they were in the world, customers may associate another word with the supply chain disruption that characterized the pandemic in its
Demand planning is the practice of forecasting the demand for a product or service so it can better serve customers. Having the right amount of inventory without incurring shortages or spending money on surplus inventory is at the heart of demand planning. While it may seem unrealistic to expect businesses to consistently match their supply
Why are Data Silos Problematic? A data silo is a store of data maintained by one division or team and isolated from the rest of the company. The phrase has agricultural origins and refers to the ideal circumstance in which grain and grass in a field “silo” are shielded from the weather.   Within a business unit, however, siloed data
How Can AI Help with Better Assortment Planning? In the early years of retail, assortment management was limited to a handful of variables. Mostly, the populace was relatively localized, with most people having similar roots and ideas and spending their whole lives in the same town. Local business owners, therefore, had a good idea of what their customers desired.   Today, retailers run
What is driving the marketplace today? According to Gartner, CX drives over two-thirds of customer loyalty, which represents more than brand and price combined. 86% of consumers say they will leave a brand after as few as two poor experiences, while 65% of consumers find a positive experience with a brand to be more influential
A PwC poll revealed that over half of the respondents said their buying habits had become “more digital” as a result of the pandemic. In 2020, online shopping accounted for 19.6% of retail sales, up from 15.8% in 2019. As customers realized how quickly and easily they could buy what they wanted from their homes,