The role of connected healthcare is to nudge patients to make healthier lifestyle decisions in their day-to-day lives.
Precision medicine has the potential to improve both quality and quantity of a patient’s life and affect on the economics of the entire healthcare system.
The chemical industry can benefit greatly from adopting the IoT to control costs and quality while improving visibility and throughput.
In today's competitive insurance industry, the roles of trusted advisor and risk guardian are quickly gaining prominence. How can they gain customer trust?
Everyone agrees that the IoT is here, but not everyone in the chemical industry knows exactly what the Internet of Things is, or what it will mean to them.
Non-bank competitors are bringing a capacity that many banks lack: expertise in connecting with customers and offering them greater flexibility.
By becoming a savings advocate early in a customer’s life via mobile banking, banks have an opportunity to build a relationship and earn future business.
One in four customers has indulged in advice theft – visiting a store to learn about a product, but purchasing elsewhere. That trend is changing.
IoT use cases vary broadly, but a recent survey shows that logistics, manufacturing, demand management, and short-term planning are a few of the leaders.
Drones are just one example of a technology once considered visionary that is now being tested for real-world use in different industries.