Showing posts from October 1, 2016

The shift to intelligent enterprise resource planning (iERP) systems

Many enterprise organizations are struggling to keep pace with the rapidly evolving digital business environment. Move from pre-digital era systems to more robust intelligent systems and fast

IDC reveals that, the digital transformation landscape is unfolding across many software applications, including marketing automation, service and support, commerce, and sales. The firm adds that, the pace is most evident in the enterprise resource planning (ERP) application suite, with i-ERP Intelligent systems leveraging machine learning, cloud deployment, and predictive analytics to manage data.

IDC's report provides insight into how the shift to i-ERP is progressing and provides a framework for assessing vendor adoption. 

"i-ERP applications are set to be the next wave of ERP, supporting the digital transformation of companies at the core of their enterprise systems. Evaluating these systems relies on assessing three dimensions: an assistive and conversational user experience, extende…

Advance public understanding of artificial intelligence technologies (AI) and formulate best practices

It is now obvious that, artificial intelligence technologies (AI) hold great potential to improve many aspects of life, ranging from healthcare, education, and manufacturing to home automation and transportation.
A set of interesting initiatives emerge across the world with the goal to streamline each experience.
On this dynamic, Amazon, DeepMind/Google, Facebook, IBM and Microsoft combine their knowledge to create a non-profit organization that will work to advance public understanding of artificial intelligence technologies (AI) and formulate best practices on the challenges and opportunities within the field.
It is interesting to observe that, Academics, non-profits, and specialists in policy and ethics will be invited to join the Board of the organization, named the Partnership on Artificial Intelligence to Benefit People and Society (Partnership on AI).
Together, the organization’s members will conduct research, recommend best practices, and publish research under an open license in …

The US continues to play a big role in cultivating and nurturing the global software industry

Pending the real take off of the Asia Pacific region excluding Japan, it is clear that, the US will continue to play a big role in cultivating and nurturing the global software industry.
Major industry leaders such as IBM, Microsoft, Oracle and others all have their bases in the US and have grown to play a gigantic role in not just the domestic market, but in the software market worldwide. 
The most exciting is to see that, the global software industry has changed efficiently the way businesses and people work today
According to Research and Markets, the impact of the software industry on the US economy and other industries has also been significant and it can be perceived by the rise in technical progress and innovations across industries.

MacX Video Converter Pro V6.0.0 Released

At the core of stakes, we have Redesigned UI and Lead-Edge macOS Sierra Support. We also have highest level of customization and efficiency during the video conversion process. 
In effect, MacXDVD software issues a major update to MacX Video Converter Pro V6.0.0, featuring full compatibility with Sierra 10.12 and a completely re-imagined interface. 
With the re-designedMacX VideoConverter Pro V6.0.0, you can enjoy the modern video conversion freely on macOS Sierra, El Capitan and earlier