Augmented and Virtual Reality Will Fill in the Gaps Enforced by Social Distancing

The global pandemic has limited human touch and restricted traditional in-person visits. In the workplace, this has spurred increased reliance on not just remote work but also a wide range of contactless ways of doing business. During the crisis and beyond, many global companies will turn to augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR) technologies to replace […]

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Health Insurers Need BPaaS to Weather Post-Pandemic Conditions (Part 1)

If you believe the headlines, health insurers are enjoying surging profits that have exceeded forecasted levels, even as other healthcare sectors struggle amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Most of these overly rosy assessments overlook short-term factors such as how rising unemployment numbers could reduce revenues from plan premiums. Even more important, these reports don’t reflect the […]

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How Life Sciences Can Treat AI Regulatory Compliance

Artificial intelligence, particularly machine learning, encompasses a multifaceted set of technologies with many applications in the life sciences sector, such as cure research, diagnosis, and treatment, mitigation and prevention. Despite the vast potential of AI, the AI regulatory field is in full bloom in some places and merely bare branches elsewhere – depending on public […]

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For Banks, Supporting Small Businesses in the Pandemic Goes Well Beyond Lending

The impact of the pandemic on small businesses has spurred changes in banks’ lending practices – but the upheaval hasn’t stopped there. While the shifts underway in functions such as trade finance and mortgages are typically more nuanced, they speak to how important small- and medium-sized businesses (SMB) are to banks – and how critical […]

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What the World Needs Now – and Even More During the Pandemic: Chunkers

Over the past two years, when I’ve asked business, digital and IT executives what critical skill or talent they most sorely lack, I’ve gotten an unexpected response: It’s what several called “chunkers.” Not only has the pandemic increased the need for chunkers; it also requires a different set of perspectives and skills from these individuals, […]

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Differentiate Your Brand with Empathy: What Insurance Marketers Need to Know

As insurers navigate the COVID-19 landscape, they’re taking aim at a kinder, gentler customer experience. The result is a new focus on empathy – and online channels are shaping up as the key platform for delivering it. It may sound counter-intuitive to convey empathy through digital channels, especially in insurance: an industry known for complex […]

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Using SaaS Applications Is Easy. Fitting them Into the Enterprise Is Harder

In an already crowded software-as-a-service (SaaS) marketplace, new entrants are continuously emerging, driven by the need for innovation, deep specialization and affordability. But if enterprise IT doesn’t stay aware of the advancements and evolve with them, businesses will miss out on the benefits promised by the cloud. It’s essential for enterprise IT to not only […]

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