NBG Home deployed voice for picking and many other workflows in the distribution center. Learn more about the benefits that voice enabled workflows (text-to-speech and speech-to-text) provided for this leading home décor products company.
The volatility of the U.S. – China Trade war has caused considerable uncertainty for companies with global manufacturing networks. Increasing tariffs, regulations and other barriers are forcing companies to adapt to prepare for commercial risks amid escalating trade tensions.
By 2025, Industrial Manufacturers must be able to capture customer requirements effectively and drive mass customization to give every customer what they want. The ability to manage the specifics of each order in every aspect of the value chain consistently lies in the intelligent enterprise.
The region that straddles the Danube in Romania and Bulgaria has made it a bread basket for centuries. But after years of corruption and political upheaval, it’s finally plugged into the world economy thanks to the EU’s open borders and money.
While most business leaders want to avoid a no-deal departure, continued uncertainty is not much better. With the cliff edge looming, and the prospect of another one in three months if the EU grants Parliament’s request for a further delay, collateral damage is mounting.
The financial services industry is in a state of upheaval: banks are in the midst of digital transformation and the cooperation between banks and fintech companies is creating new networked ecosystems.
Ahead of the OPEX Exchange Europe, Operational and Process Excellence leaders, from companies including Aviva, HSBC, Jaguar Land Rover and HSBC, were asked what they plan to invest in over the next 6 to 18 months to help overcome their challenges.
Cheeses from France, Italy and the Netherlands, wines, Scotch whisky and Greek canned peaches are just some of the European exports whose prices are set to rise in the U.S. after the Trump administration announced new tariffs on billions of dollars of EU products starting Oct. 18.