Content Producer, IBM Industries

In India, Bestseller turns to AI to keep stores relevant

Written by Jordan Teicher | March 20, 2019 | Customer Experience, Retail and Consumer Products, Supply Chain

With the right technology, such as AI, key decision-makers in India’s retail world could enhance their intuition and help them forecast better in order to deliver what consumers want in each store. more

Can blockchain pave the way for ethical cobalt?

Written by Jordan Teicher | March 14, 2019 | Blockchain, Manufacturing

A pilot program is working to demonstrate how materials in the cobalt supply chain can be responsibly produced, traded, and processed from mine to end manufacturer. more

Would you open an email from your tire dealer?

Written by Jordan Teicher | March 8, 2019 | Automation, Automotive, Retail and Consumer Products

Customers come to tire and auto repair retailers infrequently and grudgingly. For Belle Tires, improving customer relationships was a top priority. They looked to AI-enabled analytics to keep customers engaged. Nonetheless, Saran said, Belle Tire more

How the cloud could save your life in a wildfire

Written by Jordan Teicher | February 22, 2019 | Cloud, New Normal, Telecommunications, Media and Entertainment

Kenji Kato's app can keep first responders and residents informed during a wildfire like never before. more

How supply chain technology helped Denmark weather Mad Cow Disease

Written by Jordan Teicher | February 21, 2019 | Blockchain, Retail and Consumer Products

In the 1950s, the Danish government partnered with IBM to create an innovative central cattle database, which came in handy when Mad Cow Disease broke out in the 1980s. more

TELUS’ CTO is tackling telcos’ bad customer experience rap

Written by Jordan Teicher | January 29, 2019 | AI, Big Thinkers, Telecommunications, Media and Entertainment

Ibrahim Gedeon sees his work as CTO as an integral part of the TELUS customer experience. more

Golden State Foods wants to show you where your burger comes from

Written by Jordan Teicher | January 28, 2019 | Blockchain, New Normal, Retail and Consumer Products

The beef supply chain needs more transparency. Golden State Foods and IBM think they have the technology to provide it. more

For contractors, pricing gets tricky. Mueller Inc. has a fix.

Written by Jordan Teicher | January 28, 2019 | Business Operations, Manufacturing, New Normal

This summer, Mueller Inc. decided to find a way to streamline the pricing process by enlisting IBM Services and employing the Garage Method. more

IBM’s Luq Niazi believes a smarter supply chain can lead to a better planet

Written by Jordan Teicher | January 25, 2019 | Big Thinkers, Blockchain, Retail and Consumer Products

Niazi is driven by a sense that business challenges are human challenges, and that strong leadership at the enterprise level can benefit society as a whole. more