Frank.Wammes

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Frank Wammes advises companies on applying insights from cloud computing, big data, business intelligence, SAP systems and mobile technologies to gain a competitive advantage through an architectural and change management perspective. He is currently CTO for Capgemini Applications Services for continental Europe.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Frank Wammes and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications Inc. or its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

Articles by Frank.Wammes

CTO Perspectives for the CIO

3D printing will disrupt more than just your supply chain

Some people think 3D printing is still just nice tool to play with and create artistic products, or that it's only applicable in highly specialized industries like healthcare. But the potential of 3D printing is greater than that. It could enable us to create new customer experiences that have not been possible before. This article gives some insight how you can leverage this technology.
March 15, 2017
AI, robotics and the future of work
CTO Perspectives for the CIO

AI, robotics and the future of work

AI and robotics could have a big impact on the job market. Many people have their opinion, but when and how will these technologies impact?
November 7, 2016
CTO Perspectives for the CIO

The value of human failure

In today's business and personal life we can measure anything and automate a lot of activities. Robotics and automation are helping us minimize human failure and increase productivity. This is quite a contrast to the doctrine of the Lean Startup movement, where failure is a core asset. But the tension between the two might provide some answers.
July 13, 2016
CTO Perspectives for the CIO

Redefined reality: Our God-complex realized

We are standing on the brink of a new reality. For some 200,000 years, all our energy has been focused on influencing the physical world around us. We built campfires to warm our caves, we farmed vegetables to nourish us and we built massive cities and infrastructure to make our lives more comfortable. All of this has taken place solely in the physical domain. This is about to change. The breakneck speed of technological developments in recent decades has enabled us to open up a whole new domain of reality: Virtual Reality (VR)
June 21, 2016