Chatsworth Products’ First ‘Digital Exchange’ to Include CEO Keynote, Expert Panel Discussions, Product Demonstrations, Interactive Gaming and More
AGOURA HILLS, California, Oct. 13, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Chatsworth Products (CPI) is pleased to announce the “2020 Digital Exchange – A Vision for the Future,” an online, global, event designed to connect customers, end-users and the new generation of information and communications technology (ICT) professionals with expert members of CPI and a variety of its partners on Wednesday, Oct. 21.
In this unprecedented time, with the emergent need for high-quality virtual encounters, CPI has created an engaging platform and forum to allow its most valued customers and newcomers alike to join together for this special, one-day event, packed with a variety of digital resources, interactive content and exclusive access and insights from CPI and partner experts, a special CEO keynote address, relevant industry discussions, trainings, new product demonstrations, live Q&A sessions,
For today’s sales ops leaders, selecting and managing sales technology has become a critical aspect of the job. With the right technology in place, each piece in sync with the rest of the stack, sales ops teams are better equipped than ever to pinpoint and remove sales friction, steering their sales peers toward sustainable success.
At a time when sales leaders are expected to improve sales productivity without increasing headcount and, generally, do more with less, investing in the right sales ops technology has become exceedingly important.
But when it comes to sales ops technology, how can we make sure we have the essentials covered without going overboard and giving ourselves too much to manage? And, how can sales ops leaders ensure their technology stack is as advanced as it needs to be, yet simple enough that it gets used regularly, with demonstrable results?
The introduction of database as a service is a big deal for companies experiencing delays on the digital transformation journey, especially now that the pressures of COVID-19 are forcing fast adoption and adaption.
“In the short term, there’s hardly any industry which is not touched by COVID,” said Taj Singh (pictured, right), senior vice president of information technology services company HCL Technologies Ltd. “In the long-term, we strongly believe that the customers will be in a hybrid/multicloud world.”
Nutanix Inc. is one company responding to the growing demand for DBaaS and upgrading multi-cluster management. The company announced today its general availability for Era 2.0.
Singh along with Thenu Kittappa (pictured, left), director of strategic initiatives and business strategy at Nutanix, and Anand Akela (pictured, center), product marketing leader at Nutanix, joined Stu Miniman, host of theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s livestreaming studio, during the Nutanix: Introducing a New Era in Database
LONDON, Oct. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Infor today announced that Nylacast, a worldwide leader of precision engineered polymer solutions, has chosen Infor CloudSuite Industrial as its core technology platform. Supporting an aggressive growth strategy, Nylacast will use the application to shorten the timeline of achieving new capabilities within both its automotive and engineered products divisions, helping to reduce risk and minimise business disruption.
Learn more about Infor CloudSuite Industrial: https://www.infor.com/en-gb/products/cloudsuite-industrial
Deployed via multi-tenant cloud and implemented by Infor partner JPO Solutions, Nylacast will move existing operations to CloudSuite Industrial for more than 150 named users. Nylacast will then enhance operations using a range of additional modules including Infor Factory Track.
Learn more about Infor Factory Track: https://www.infor.com/en-gb/products/factory-track
Nylacast chose CloudSuite Industrial based on the enhanced functionality it offers over the existing on-premises application, the reduced management demands it is expected to make on Nylacast resources, and the robustness and
IT Deal Desk eliminates the hassle of vetting and securing new technology providers
centrexIT, an information technology (IT) services provider helping businesses thrive through technology, and Biocom, California’s leading life science member association, today announced the launch of IT Deal Desk. The latest platform provides Biocom members with exclusive access to an extensive, vetted partner network and simplifies the task of negotiating and securing agreements on members’ behalf.
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centrexIT and Biocom launch IT Deal Desk, an IT Platform that eliminates the hassle of vetting and securing new technology providers. (Graphic: Business Wire)
“centrexIT has decades of collective experience operating IT strategy in the life science industry. Currently, roughly 40% of our clients work in the space, so we understand what it takes to support regulated businesses,” says Dylan Natter, CEO of centrexIT. “Our company has been part of the
Industry luminaries join DZS as company builds 5G and Fiber Access momentum
PLANO, Texas, Oct. 06, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — DZS (NASDAQ: DZSI), a global provider of fixed and mobile packet, optical transport and connected premises solutions to service providers and enterprises, today announced several new appointments to its executive leadership, technology and operations team. The new leaders bring cutting-edge technology and best practice expertise that will continue to fuel DZS’ growth in the rapidly evolving 5G and Fiber Access Markets.
“Since joining the DZS team in early August, we have been strategically and systematically assembling an experienced leadership team that is poised to take DZS to a whole new level,” said Charlie Vogt, President and CEO of DZS. “The acceleration of 5G, fiber deep, smart homes, connected building/city solutions and software defined roadmaps are redefining the possibilities of tomorrow. Every company’s success is amplified by their people
Facebook has inked a deal with Sunseap Group to tap solar energy that will power its data centre and operations in Singapore. Generated from solar panels to be placed atop 1,200 apartment blocks and 49 government buildings across the island, the power is estimated to reach 100 MegaWatt-peak (MWp) in capacity when fully completed in 2022.
Solar technology is one of the top picks for renewable energy sources in the future.
The agreement with local solar energy company Sunseap was touted to be the largest signed under a virtual power purchase agreement, according to a statement released Monday by Sunseap. Such agreements refer to contracts that outline a pre-agreed price at which the buyer will purchase a project’s renewable energy. This energy can be generated from a renewable energy project located away from a company’s premises, but co-located on the same grid.
(Bloomberg) — AirAsia Group Bhd. is closing down its operations in Japan as it grapples with coronavirus-related restrictions on global travel, Nikkei reported, citing an unidentified person close to the low-cost airline.
The Malaysian group’s directors met Monday and decided to wind up the Japanese venture, Nikkei said. An announcement will follow early next week, according to the report.
AirAsia in August posted its largest quarterly loss on record, and has said it wants to raise as much as 2.5 billion ringgit ($600 million) by the end of the year to weather the pandemic. The airline has also flagged that it’s evaluating its Japanese business, which counts e-commerce group Rakuten Inc. among its investors, and a decision was imminent.
An AirAsia spokesperson said Wednesday there was nothing to announce at this time in relation
At the beginning of 2020, things were really falling into place for Boston-based Fortify. The young 3D printing company was planning a springtime move to a new headquarters with triple the floor space and room to grow, planning to start shipping their first 3D printers in the summer. Such big moves are significant milestones for any company, and all the more so when they represent the first tangible strides into the market for a four-year-old startup. That was, of course, all the plan before Covid-19 grabbed the globe.
While the pandemic has obviously been a hard-hitting operational disruption on top of the devastating health consequences so many have faced, Fortify has achieved its goals anyway — and then some.
“At a high level, everything became more logistically intensive,” Co-Founder and CEO Josh Martin, PhD, said with a laugh as we discussed the strategic shifts undertaken. The Fortify team has not
By David Sweetman,Senior Director, Global Product Marketing SAP S/4HANA
Even when no playbook, expertise, and best practice exist, there’s always plenty of data ready to be put to work to generate insights, offer recommendations, and inspire ingenuity. But to get the most value out of that intelligence, businesses must first have the right strategies and tools in place.
The good news is that today’s global uncertainty is compelling businesses to shift their data management and analytics capabilities to digital quickly. The IDC market spotlight, “Digital Transformation in Times of Change: What Intelligent Enterprises Need from Their ERP Systems,” predicts artificial intelligence (AI) will be the core for organizations by the end of 2020, as 50% purchase applications focused on the user experience.
AI and other cognitive technologies – such as machine learning, deep learning, and robotic process automation – are fueling this critical leap by turning ERP data