Danielle Brown, CIO at Whirlpool Corp., joins host Maryfran Johnson for this CIO Leadership Live interview, jointly produced by CIO.com and the CIO Executive Council. They discuss advancing product features via sensor data, accelerating digital twin strategies, reinventing supply chain dynamics and more. This episode is sponsored by the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority. Learn more at FairfaxCountyEDA.Org.
A startup-like initiative to enrich customer engagement with limited-release collectibles during the pandemic now fuels Mattel’s direct-to-consumer online business, opening new IP-based revenue sources for the company.
As inflation rises across the globe, CIOs are strategizing ways to navigate rising prices for IT supplies, services, and talent by rethinking IT portfolios, reprioritizing IT spend, and honing business efficiencies.
AI, machine-learning, predictive analytics, natural language processing (NLP), computer vision and microarchitecture are hot technologies that banks are investing in today, according to a Forrester report.
CIDO Mike Clifton explains how, in addition to managing the IT core, he and his teams are enabling the company’s go-to-market strategy, accelerating its digital roadmap, and using AI and ML to transform customer experiences.
It used to be received wisdom that a programmer’s career had an expiration date, that the transition to management was the only way forward, and that the transition meant an end to coding. That truism is changing.
Product lifecycle management (PLM) is a discipline for managing the lifecycle of a product, encompassing processes and software systems for tracking and improving every development phase, from product ideation to manufacturing to retirement.
Informatica's new Intelligent Data Management Cloud for Health and Life Sciences, and the Intelligent Data Management Cloud for Financial Services, look to solve the challenges of unstructured and siloed data by combining machine learning capabilities with specific integrations.
The past two years have seen CIOs accelerating digital initiatives as a matter of business survival. Now, those services are being reassessed for long-term value, as CIOs finally get serious about ensuring technical debt is no longer a drag.