News and Views on Product Innovation, Manufacturing, Supply Chain Management, and Field Service Operations
I spoke with former MIT blockchain instructor Anders Brownworth about how entrepreneurs and small businesses might begin using blockchain in the near future. In his view, blockchain is a profoundly interesting technology—though it may also be a limited one.read more
This blog provides a sneak peek into findings from Aberdeen’s customizable Prospect Monitoring Service, which implements an algorithmic process that identifies shopping, buying, and product research behavior. This blog entry zeroes in on Predictive Maintenance (PdM) in Manufacturing.
Today, successful environment, health, and safety (EH&S) operations are based on gathering, managing and leveraging data. However, Best-in-Class firms face a problem: while historic data (which is a lagging indicator) identifies problem areas, it doesn’t predict future adverse incidents nor optimize responses to prevent future incidents.
Claims processing is the cornerstone of any insurance business because it is the point at which an insurance company delivers on its commitment to its customers. Oddly enough, claims processing in the modern insurance space remains a manual, inefficient, error-prone operation. In a recent research report, Claims Automation: The Future of Insurance (March 2018) , Aberdeen examined manual and automated claims processing in the insurance space.
The EU has constructed a strict set of guidelines for the protection of personal data across all 28 member states: The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This blog post and infographic outline key changes and milestones in GDPR development.
In the face of an engineering environment filled with both external business pressures and internal development challenges, there must be a better way of doing things. Correct by Construction methodology is that better way.
How do you incorporate risk management into your project management platform? You must view risk management and project management as two sides of the same coin.