August 6, 2020
- July 30, 2020
Post-COVID Tourism: Digital, Personalized, and Safer than EverThe coronavirus pandemic requires that the tourism sector accelerated its digitalization and make technological innovations. New processes in transportation, mobile applications in hotels, and automatic travel insurance are some of the keys for the tourism of the future.
- July 14, 2020
Omnichannel Accessibility: The Importance of Reaching the Client Through Every ChannelAs e-commerce skyrockets, physical stores are left in the background. To foment online purchases, companies should be available through any channel that their users may wish to use
- June 30, 2020
From Telemedicine to Apps for Wellbeing: Keys to Health in the FutureThe adoption of remote consultation and the growth of platforms that strive to guarantee mental health during the crisis caused by COVID-19 will not be singular phenomena: In this new normal, patients will be benefited greatly by the digitization of the health sector.
- June 17, 2020
“Silver Economy”: A Window to the Future of the Digital WorldThe accelerating rate of population aging has generated new business opportunities in an increasingly technological society where innovation will be key to cover the needs of elderly people.
- May 28, 2020
Client Experience in the Post-COVID-19 Era: Lessons from ChinaCOVID-19 has accelerated social and technological changes at a global scale and has forced companies to redesign their digital transformation. It will be crucial to understand clients’ emerging needs to rethink consumer experience and continue being competitive.
- March 3, 2020
Innovation as a lifeguard in the face of the global challenge of longevityThe sustainability of the companies of the future will go through disruptive solutions that manage to adapt to the challenge of an ageing population and put the elderly at the center of their strategy
- February 11, 2020
This is the business of virtual assistants: figures and use casesChatbots and voice assistants are increasingly impacting businesses. Its ability to communicate with customers and employees will save 6.6 billion euros by 2023 in the banking sector alone, and is even driving new business models
- February 6, 2020
Workplace Diversity: A Way to Improve Economy and SocietyIn the 21st century, the presence of women and other groups in the technology sector remains a minority, a phenomenon that negatively affects both workers and products in the sector. More and more initiatives are being undertaken to bring diversity to teams and equality to the workplace.
- February 4, 2020
Instructions for building a Unicorn: Nubank caseLatin America is becoming a strong benchmark of the global entrepreneurship ecosystem. Unicorns (StartUps with exponential growth that get an assessment of more than $1 billion in a short time) seem to have found a new environment to be born, grown and reproduced.
- January 7, 2020
How to achieve transformation, one click at a timeUntil a few years ago, Walmart was not directly associated with high technology. But progressively, this giant, which began in 1962, has made steady progress in including e-commerce within its business model and has managed to position itself through innovation and acquisitions. While its transformation remains in progress, Walmart is a clear example of how to turn digitization into a great opportunity.
- December 16, 2019
What is first? Addressing global warming or keeping pre-existing economic models?While climate change is in everyone's mind, perhaps not everyone understands its urgency. Worse still, some may prefer to disbelieve in order to continue implementing economic models that generate employment, but are not sustainable.
- December 5, 2019
Adaptation and leadership to innovate before it's the only hopeAversion to change, inherited practices and uncertain times. These are the great obstacles that leaders of all sectors must face to adapt in order to stay relevant.
- November 20, 2019
How human-centered design led to the creation of flying carsThird in the ranking of the world's largest aeronautical companies, Brazilian Embraer is an innovative company: most employees seek to work on innovation issues - product innovation, technology innovation, process innovation, service innovation.
- October 31, 2019
Philanthropy, innovation and artificial intelligence to address problems that require quick solutionsPassionate about artificial intelligence (AI) for decades, Paul Allen, businessman, investor and philanthropist (as well as co-founder of Microsoft along with Bill Gates), had a vision. I knew that AI would become a tool to solve problems that required the utmost attention.
- October 23, 2019
From "the power of knowledge" to "the power to share knowledge"The world changes rapidly and our needs as users, customers and/or employees evolve at an accelerated pace. For this reason, only companies that are capable not only of innovating and cultivating the knowledge derived from that process, but also of their ability to share that knowledge within and outside their organization and thus increase their efficiency exponentially, will stand out.
- October 23, 2019
What is the role of private corporations in the regulation of Artificial Intelligence?In previous posts we have commented on the responsibility of governments to protect their citizens from the possible misuse and abuse of emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence.
- October 23, 2019
From intelligent cars to designing mobility WITHOUT carsIn the last 10 years, the race to design Intelligent Cities, sustainable, automated, capable of satisfying the needs of their citizens, opened the tap that flooded everything with more devices, more sensors, more algorithms and more connections to make manual, deaf and dumb systems intelligent.