Cloud

Analytics and AI can improve healthcare benefits decisions

Most of us are aware that advanced analytics and AI can help doctors diagnose disease and treat patients better. An area of decision support that’s been neglected, however, is healthcare benefits. This is unfortunate because benefits decisions can have serious financial and wellness consequences for every employer and its employees. Indeed, a typical family of […]

Continue reading

How AI technology helps to boost the customer experience

Companies use all kinds of tools to find out what customers think about their products and services so they can improve the overall customer experience (CX). They mine data from social media, conduct focus groups and surveys, and collect feedback from customer service reps. Eventually, all this information can reveal what customers are thinking and […]

Continue reading

Follow the conversation


Learn more with client reference videos

Learn from IBM client experiences by watching business case study videos on our YouTube channel.

Become a reference.

Learn more about becoming an IBM client reference.

How AI is helping to transform education in Japan

A fourth-grade science class is just beginning. Students are settling into their seats as the teacher poses a question: Why does a heated aluminum can collapse when it is rapidly cooled? Instead of consulting a textbook or listening to a lecture, students are assigned to one of three experiments. One experiment involves cooling a bag […]

Continue reading

How to help clients crawl, walk, then run with high-tech AI

As companies tap into the power of artificial intelligence, there’s often an impulse to run from the very beginning. There’s a mistaken belief that AI can solve everything. For this reason, we call our company Darwin Ecosystem because we look to the crawl, walk and run model—taking a tiered approach to help ensure transformation success. […]

Continue reading

Unlocking the value of healthcare data with IBM technology

Garbage in, garbage out. It may be an old saying, but it’s as true today in healthcare data management as ever. Bad data generates erroneous conclusions We’ve always generated a lot of data in the healthcare industry. In hospital systems, every department produces its own patient data, and, until recently, we weren’t looking at that […]

Continue reading

Engineering firm powers success with high-tech collaboration

If you’ve ever traveled in Europe or parts of Asia, you’ve likely experienced my company’s work. Vossing Engineers offers consulting, planning and project management services for building roads, bridges, tunnels, railroads and airports—all types of infrastructure for moving people place to place. Originally centered in Germany, we now have operations far afield in China, Qatar, […]

Continue reading

How to improve social influencer marketing with AI technology

If you were a marketer, imagine the thrill of creating a commercial so compelling that your audience would skip through regular programming to get to it. That’s our goal at Influential. We’re in the business of helping brands, publishers and ad agencies create social media #ad and #sponsored posts that outperform organic content. We’ve achieved […]

Continue reading

Improving health care with connected analytics technology

At ZSL, a global technology integrator and solution provider with 20 years of experience, we’ve observed two trends that are transforming healthcare today: data analytics and connected health. Most healthcare firms have collected volumes of data from varied sources. We often help them with data integration, transmission, security and analysis to make sense of it. […]

Continue reading

How a high-tech AI solution can boost employee engagement

When I entered the workforce many years ago, I became disengaged because I felt overlooked by my managers—they never communicated the impact my work had on the organization. My experience mirrors the latest employee engagement research that shows employees crave real and immediate recognition. Just saying “good job” or “I appreciate you” doesn’t cut it; […]

Continue reading