5 startups are streamlining robotic process automation technology and offering tools that are customized for enterprise-level companies.
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The Future of Work
Is your company an Enterprise 2.0?
Saving the earth one startup at a time.
Meet the executives inspiring change in their corporation.
How blockchain is changing the way every industry works.
NLP is a core component in any human-to-computer interactions. These 14 NLP startups are improving enterprise across human resources to legal and accounting.
Big data will change how even the smallest companies do business as data collection and interpretation become more accessible. New, innovative, and cost-effective technologies make it easy for any organization to seamlessly implement big data solutions.
Robotic Process Automation (RPA), is the technology that gives anyone the ability to configure software by creating rules, rather than code. In effect, it can automate any repetitive, time-consuming task that an employee might do manually.
Natural Language Processing is a core component in any human-to-computer interactions. Naturally, the technology is being used in human resources from the first resume screen to the exit interview.
These 5 startups offer new, innovative, and cost-effective technologies that makes it incredibly easy for any organization to seamlessly implement big data solutions.
Data Governance is the overall management of the availability, usability, integrity, and security of the data employed in an enterprise.
11 HR startups that are using artificial intelligence, machine learning, and analytics to address the HR needs of companies.
Automation is changing the face of work and companies are realizing the importance of training and reskilling existing employees.
Companies turn towards advanced technology and processes to improve a company’s vision and purpose, culture, workflow and physical workspaces.
The stakes are higher than ever for corporations when it comes to attracting and recruiting top talent.
Ideas around independent work, the gig economy, and outsourced services are changing how employers are hiring, training, and managing talent.
Enterprise 2.0 (or the Future of Work) is workplace innovation transcending every industry and geography -- it is built on the fact that every process, down to smaller tasks and transactions, determines how enterprises compete and challenge the future.
Meet the startup and corporate winners from our Fall Summit 2018.
Kaiser Permanente's Uli Chettipally shares his views on how AI will change the health Industry.
Heather Bell, SVP & Global Head of Digital and Analytics for Sanofi, chats about the future of healthcare and how they plan on working with startups.
David Payne, VP Life & Disability Services at The Standard, discusses the future of insurtech and how The Standard utilizes startups in their business.
Oliver Keown, Senior Associate for Healthcare Investing at GE Ventures spends time meeting startups with the goal to find next-generation health startups that have the potential to grow and scale.
Terrence Hibbert, Director of Innovation for the University of Mississippi Medical Center searches for startups that can help address the challenges they face in healthcare in Mississippi.
From metagenomics to live bacterial therapeutics to personalized nutrition, the microbiome field is a burgeoning force that has penetrated the health and agriculture industries.
An easy guide to a complex topic.
Everyone wants everything to be autonomous. And now. That’s what the year 2018 is all about.
Stefan Sommer, CEO of ZF, sat with us to talk about the future of mobility.
Jeffrey Makowka, Director of Market Innovation for AARP, talks to us about the future of healthcare
We sat down with the leaders at Dai-ichi Life to talk about the future of the insurance industry.
Meet Bob Mozeika, leader and champion of the Munich Re Group's innovation strategy in Silicon Valley
How Talanx is innovating to stay ahead of current disruptions.