When China’s Shenzhen Mindray Bio-Medical Electronics Co., Ltd. was bombarded with equipment requests during the pandemic, it used SAP technologies to create a digital platform ensuring rapid price configuration and delivery.
By Bryan Kirschner, Vice President, Strategy at DataStax – From delightful consumer experiences to attacking fuel costs and carbon emissions in the global supply chain, real-time data and machine learning (ML) work together to power apps that change industries.
To sharpen its focus on AI and the cloud, IBM separated its legacy IT activities as an independent business. Now that company, Kyndryl, is setting its own course toward automation and hybrid infrastructure after a rocky start.
As a silent force helping to drive next-gen electric vehicles, the automotive multinational is relying on a hybrid multicloud approach to spin up digital twins for designing advanced auto components using vast troves of data.
Legacy systems just can’t keep up with the of today’s business realities. But many organizations are discovering their secret modernisation weapon: their developer teams, and the data bases that underlie their applications.