- What is a Cognitive Enterprise, and how can AI solutions change the way businesses function?
- Discussing cognitive analytics and IBM’s implementation of a Cognitive Enterprise Data Lake
- Mapping out the journey of a Cognitive Enterprise: What are the new supply chain capabilities and the business value being driven?
- Showcasing IBM’s experience and other case studies where this transformation is already making a big impact
IBM’s Journey to ‘The Cognitive Enterprise’
Joseph Selle, specialist in enterprise A.I. transformation with IBM, relates how the company has embraced the notion of a “cognitive enterprise,” and tells how it has transformed business processes across the organization.
During the 2018 edition of the North American Supply Chain Executive Summit, Executive Platforms was proud to partner with SupplyChainBrain to conduct a number of onsite interviews between our speaker faculty and SupplyChainBrain’s Managing Editor Robert Bowman.
Associate Partner, Cognitive Transformation & Operations
Senior Executive with 20+ years experience post-MBA in management and technology consulting as well as General Management. Deep experience in advanced analytics (descriptive, predictive, prescriptive) & cognitive (artificial intelligence) initiatives to resolve operational business challenges. Deep experience in supply chain visibility and optimization through hands-on strategy development, solution design and implementation management. Entrepreneurial experience in creating value at rapidly growing businesses, acting as CEO, COO and founding VP at three different firms. Successfully turned around an ailing manufacturing business and subsequently sold the enterprise.
Robert Bowman is a veteran editor, reporter and writer covering supply-chain management, international trade, economics, finance, regulation, compliance, technology, logistics, professional education, the environment, human rights, and labor management. Bob writes and edits theme-based articles, in-depth case studies, and a weekly blog. I’ve served as interviewer in thousands of videos, hosted numerous webinars, and produce and host a weekly podcast. Bob is also a published novelist. Prior to SupplyChainBrain, Bob has also contributed to the Journal of Commerce, World Trade, Distribution, Shipping and Trade News (Tokyo), Traffic World, Buyside, Cargovision, Warehousing Management, Pacific Shipper, Lloyd’s List and Lloyd’s Maritime Asia.
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