Cognitive Enterprise

Compete and thrive in the digital economy

Author: Steve O’Donnell, Managing Partner, IBM NZ Global Business Services If there’s one thing that this pandemic has shown us, it’s that businesses need to adapt, scale, and make smarter decisions if they want to survive or thrive.   The lockdown forced many organisations to accelerate their digital strategy and pivot to keep up with the […]

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How TradeLens is breaking down barriers while crossing oceans

Author: Mike Jones, Senior Partner, Public Sector Leader, IBM Services, Australia & New Zealand Supply chains are at the very core of global trade and enterprise. They’re a pivotal process that provide goods to the entire world. But, with every nation on earth dependant on them, they’re now more complicated than ever. This is where TradeLens, a […]

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Why sustainable enterprises are the businesses of the future

Author: Neil Cherry, Senior Partner, Cognitive Enterprise Lead, IBM Services Sustainability. It’s the topic dominating conversations in boardrooms everywhere – as it should be. No longer is it seen as just a checkbox item relegated to a corporate social responsibility committee. More sustainable enterprises are emerging as businesses finally realise just how important it is […]

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Bank guarantees: Jumping from paper to blockchain

Author: Nigel Dobson, Banking Services Lead at the Australia New Zealand Banking Group and Chairman of Lygon 1B. There is a genuine need to digitise the archaic process by which tenants, banks and landlords negotiate bank guarantees. When a retailer wants to lease a property to open a store, the landlord requires a bank guarantee […]

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Building a Cognitive Enterprise: How to accelerate your digital transformation for the new normal

Author: Doug Robinson, Managing Partner, Global Business Services, IBM Australia and New Zealand  We are at a tipping point in history where the impact of technology is so significant it can completely transform the way business is done. The convergence of technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), automation, Internet of Things (IoT), blockchain and 5G […]

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