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(Thursday) 11:00 AM
As Industrial companies return to normal in the wake of COVID-19, it will be a very different normal. Extreme fluctuations in demand
As Industrial companies return to normal in the wake of COVID-19, it will be a very different normal. Extreme fluctuations in demand and dependence on human capital have put tremendous strain on these industries. As they return to full production, they need to ensure the safety of their staff, maximize efficiencies and reduce operational costs. To do this, companies need to leverage technologies like cloud, edge computing and AI to modernize their operations.
Join Frost & Sullivan, along with IBM and Red Hat, as they share how they are helping Industrial clients around the world get back to work. During this live webinar they will review the 7 business imperatives for Industrial companies to prepare for the new normal:
- Empower a remote workforce
- Engage customers virtually
- Remote access to everything
- Accelerate agility and efficiency
- Protect against new cybersecurity threats
- Reduce operational costs and enhance supply chain continuity
- Protect the health and safety of the workforce
Listen in on the experiences of others, participate in a live Q&A, and walk away with actionable strategies for your organization.
(Thursday) 11:00 AM
This webinar covers how to launch a cross-functional CX program that enforces customer-centric strategies across departments. Speaker Nicole Sult, Senior Director of CX at Lippert Components, will share how she’s established
This webinar covers how to launch a cross-functional CX program that enforces customer-centric strategies across departments.
Speaker Nicole Sult, Senior Director of CX at Lippert Components, will share how she’s established a collaborative CX program that leverages customer feedback to drive intentional action and better experiences.
In this 1-hour webinar, we’ll cover:
- Specific examples of how to bridge the CX gap within your organization.
- How to collect and leverage real-time customer feedback that boosts awareness across departments and enacts change.
- How to analyze customer data and enact intentional action via CRM to see tangible results.
BONUS: By registering for this webinar, you are now eligible to receive an incredible gift for these incredible times that will be physically mailed to you. Please be sure to supply the best address (home office?) so that you can accept and sign for the delivery.
(Tuesday) 2:00 PM
With the sudden move to work-from-anywhere, IT security and employee efficiency are major areas of concern and focus for many organizations. Legacy infrastructure and applications are not suitable for remote
With the sudden move to work-from-anywhere, IT security and employee efficiency are major areas of concern and focus for many organizations. Legacy infrastructure and applications are not suitable for remote work at scale. They are invitations for security breaches, inhibitors for business continuity and detractors for employee morale.
Cloud-based remote access solutions are the preferred choice for organizations providing a secure remote work environment for many reasons including the ability to instantly roll out, linearly scale, are regularly updated to the latest security requirements, and have proven to be the least disruptive for employees.
Join us for this insightful webinar as we discuss:
- Concrete customer examples on how to keep hundreds of home-office bound employees productive in a matter of days.
- How IT is getting private devices instantly and remotely under control ensuring fortress grade security.
- The security flaws of a legacy infrastructure like VPN and why it’s not fit-for-purpose for remote work at scale.
Register today for this complimentary, 60-minute webinar to hear from Frost & Sullivan’s Rob Arnold and Teamviewer’s Peter Dray as they discuss actionable strategies to enable a work-from-anywhere environment while keeping employees productive and your data secure.
(Tuesday) 2:00 PM
The outbreak of COVID-19 has Contact Centers across all vertical markets dealing with increased call volumes, absenteeism and a host of other declining Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). The playbook to
The outbreak of COVID-19 has Contact Centers across all vertical markets dealing with increased call volumes, absenteeism and a host of other declining Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). The playbook to respond to something of this magnitude does not exist and many companies are struggling to find a clear path forward.
With both customers and employees transitioning to quarantined environments, at-home technology, collaboration, and remote customer experiences are the new forced reality. The Contact Center is the natural primary virtual Customer Service environment. Public demand for additional services and support has increased and no longer follows any traditional staffing forecast models. Finally, remote employees have lost the advantage of personal contact and collaboration that they are accustomed to with their managers, support teams and colleagues in other locations.
The question we are all facing is: What now?
Register for this webinar to discuss:
- Business impacts as you move from on-premise to the cloud
- Ways to address the challenges remote agents are facing
- Bandwidth implications for on-Premise Contact Centers
- Visibility and Collaboration within a remote team
- Creative Solutions to these and other potential impacts and challenges
Listen in on the experiences of others, participate in a live Q&A, and walk away with an actionable strategy to re-establish your optimal level of Customer Experience (CX).
(Tuesday) 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
The political and financial incentive to re-shore or home-shore manufacturing and chemical businesses has never been stronger. Trade tariffs, supply chain uncertainty, political instability, government fiscal incentives, and escalating wages
The political and financial incentive to re-shore or home-shore manufacturing and chemical businesses has never been stronger. Trade tariffs, supply chain uncertainty, political instability, government fiscal incentives, and escalating wages in previously low-cost regions all play a role in driving business movement to new countries and regions or back home.
• Find out why companies are moving away from China
• Understand which regions will be the new hot spots and why
• Gain insight on what strategies companies are using to relocate
• Learn how to select new locations, minimize risk and accelerate time to market
(Thursday) 2:00 PM
Join Frost and Sullivan Global VP, Alpa Shah, and CX industry leader and SVP of Marketing at Bright Pattern, Ted Hunting, for an informative webinar on achieving excellence in CX
Join Frost and Sullivan Global VP, Alpa Shah, and CX industry leader and SVP of Marketing at Bright Pattern, Ted Hunting, for an informative webinar on achieving excellence in CX utilizing artificial intelligence and quality management solutions. The webinar will teach you how to implement innovative technology to see an immediate impact on CX and ROI. Below are a few of the topics that will be covered.
Register for this webinar to discuss:
- Immediate CX Impact with AI in your contact center
- How to get started with effortless, personal omnichannel conversations
- How to measure the quality of every interaction on every channel
- Best practices from innovative companies
Listen in on the experiences of others, participate in a live Q&A, and walk away with an best practices and strategies to enhance your Customer Experience (CX).
(Thursday) 2:00 PM
How to leverage virtual assistants to automate self-service, enable seamless bank-from-home, and bring your brand to the digital forefront Conversational AI enables banks
How to leverage virtual assistants to automate self-service, enable seamless bank-from-home, and bring your brand to the digital forefront
Conversational AI enables banks to scale communication without taxing resources and quickly support new topics and concerns in this rapidly changing environment. A bank that prioritizes digital tools enables proactive communication, and support from anywhere – the need for which has become clear.
Frost & Sullivan, Fiserv, Isbank and Clinc will be sharing their experiences and successes with AI-enabled virtual assistants to help banking leaders learn:
Register for this webinar to discuss:
- How is the banking industry likely to change again post-COVID-19
- Real-life examples of how banks have successfully built conversational AI roadmaps that future-proof their business for crises like COVID-19
- How banks can automate and utilize Conversational AI to improve customer service, efficiency, and savings
- Key competencies to look for when selecting a conversational AI vendor
- How to leverage conversational AI to deliver maximum value for your customers and become a leader in digital banking and realize ROI during COVID and beyond
After this webinar, you will be equipped with strategies you can deploy to navigate the banking response to COVID-19 and unlock more value out of conversational AI both in the current crisis and in the future
(Wednesday) 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Over the last 6 years, the oil and gas industry has witnessed major volatility. We have experienced $100 oil; and most recently, price fluctuated between $25 and (below) zero.
Over the last 6 years, the oil and gas industry has witnessed major volatility. We have experienced $100 oil; and most recently, price fluctuated between $25 and (below) zero. In response to the disruptions, operators and service companies have culled their ranks in the name of efficiency. With much energy technology talent on the sidelines (not employed by the energy majors), we are seeing a groundswell of start-ups and innovative technology companies ready to help change the stodgy culture that has existed in energy for the past decade. In order to survive, the oil and gas industry must dramatically eliminate costs and improve the recovery rates through the adoption of radically new solutions and digital technologies. While some oil and gas companies are developing these innovations themselves, each must invest, acquire, or partner with start-up companies to accelerate this change.
Frost & Sullivan’s Oil & Gas Innovation Council invites those looking to benefit from innovation and disruption within the energy and oil & gas technology industries to join Rasholeen Nakra, a Frost & Sullivan Senior Industry Analyst, and a panel of Israeli-based start-up companies that will showcase their solutions, impacts on the industry, and their journeys to investment and widespread industry adoption.
1.) 3D SIGNALS accelerates the digital transformation of manufacturers to the Industry 4.0 era. Their solution enables immediate visibility into production floors, through the quick, non-invasive, and machine agnostic deployment of a wide range of sensors. Their AI-based Asset Performance Monitoring platform transforms the data into powerful insights, providing business intelligence and analysis tools in the cloud. This solution has been proven to significantly improve machine productivity and OEE within months from installation, while reducing operating costs.
2.) ADDIONICS provides specialized improved rechargeable batteries by redesigning their architecture. With a novel and patent-pending 3D metal fabrication method and an AI prediction software, they enhance performance, mileage, safety, charging time, and cost of batteries. While all companies that are trying to improve batteries focus on chemistry, Addionics focuses on physics. This allows them to achieve significant improvement in battery performances and for any kind of chemistry in the market.
3.) PIXTIER develops and offers the next big thing in 3D maps. An automatic production of high-quality, layered 3D maps from standard terrestrial and aerial images without any human intervention. Their technology is based on proprietary image processing and computer vision algorithms, enabling fast, accurate and automatic creation of meaningful geographical maps in an affordable way. Efficient utilities assets management starts with automatic 3D mapping of the energy grid.
4.) PRISMA PHOTONICS’ goal is to bring the IoT (Internet of Things) revolution to the Physical Infrastructure market and transform it into a smart and monitored platform. Prisma Photonics’ Distributed Fiber-Optic Sensing (DFOS) is the ideal solution for monitoring long-range infrastructures including pipelines, power and utility networks, railways, smart roads, subsea pipelines, as well as perimeter control grids.
- Discover start-up companies that are providing innovative solutions to the energy industry
- Hear real success stories and pain points from start-ups
- Join a roundtable of Council Members as they interact with the presenting companies
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(Wednesday) 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Frost & Sullivan's annual Top 50 Emerging Technologies research delivers cutting-edge intelligence about the 50 most valuable and disruptive technologies poised to impact the world in the next 12-18 months.
Frost & Sullivan’s annual Top 50 Emerging Technologies research delivers cutting-edge intelligence about the 50 most valuable and disruptive technologies poised to impact the world in the next 12-18 months. Starting in 2011, this unparalleled research has expanded to include thousands of technologies across nine technology clusters and all types of corporate, government, academic, and research organizations worldwide. Using a proven methodology that includes measuring future market potential, tracking IP activity and global investments, forecasting regional adoption, and many other criteria, our team of technology experts have identified 50 technologies that are best positioned to fuel global innovation and spawn growth opportunities.
• Discover the latest technology trends and how they come together to give rise to futuristic ideas
• Engage key decision-makers about the impact on their businesses
• Explore the challenges that may arise due to converging technology scenarios
• Learn how to be a step ahead of the competition
20may9:00 AM10:00 AMBAKER HUGHES' ENERGY INNOVATION CENTER TOUR & TECHNOLOGIES SHOWCASEOnline | Technologies Showcase: Smart Inspection, Monitoring Solutions, & Edge Computer PlatformCategory:Oil & Gas,Webinars
(Wednesday) 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Experience a virtual tour of Baker Hughes' Energy Innovation Center (EIC), followed by highlights of noted
Experience a virtual tour of Baker Hughes’ Energy Innovation Center (EIC), followed by highlights of noted Baker Hughes technologies. The EIC functions as a state of the art & fully operational research, development, & venture capital facility. It provides the ideal backdrop for truly disruptive innovation in 1) digital transformation & 2) energy transition. It has 50+ engineers & scientists working on projects including edge-based intelligent controls for large equipment efficiency improvements such as compressors, cyber-physical systems for oilfield operations optimization, CT-scan inspection technologies, computer vision technologies for QA/QC, ground-based & drone-based emission sensing platforms, CCUS, & energy efficiency improvement projects in the oil & gas industry.
1.) Avitas applies cutting-edge AI, robotics (UAVs), & automation techniques to revolutionize the industrial asset inspection & monitoring market. Avitas enables safer, cleaner, & more cost-effective solutions to automate manual inspections, & reduce the greenhouse gas environmental footprint.
2.) Data collection in the oilfield can be challenging due to poor connectivity & limited bandwidth. I.Q.uity can help harness the power of that data no matter where it’s being collected or which equipment it’s running on – with small, low-power, industrial, edge computers.
- Receive a virtual tour of the leading innovation accelerator for the energy industry
- Avitas’ automation solutions deliver aerial well pad inspections, coupled with computer vision analytics, offering 3-5 times the efficiency of existing practices
- Avitas’ includes computer vision & machine learning analytics, for predictive corrosion management, automated visual inspection, & monitoring
- I.Q.uity proves trips to the field can be reduced with over-the-air analytic deployment & updates; end-to-end solutions managed as a monthly service
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