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The Smart Workforces service provides foresight on the disruptive and transformational impact of technology on employment; how future tech-enabled employment paradigms will redefine the very nature of enterprise structures, and what it means for the way we work. New employment paradigms include mobile workforces; distributed workforces; home, remote, and online work; collaborative models both within and between organizations; contract, temporary, and transient assignments; the emergence of the micro enterprise; and the impact of AI and automation on (full) employment. Critical technologies covered in terms of the benefits they offer include AI, Robotics and bots (automation), AR and wearables (assistance and visibility), VR (training), software and application collaboration tools (efficiencies) both for internal and customer facing functions.

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Virtual Reality in Enterprise Training

Software and hardware development in virtual reality technology enables a number of services and applications in enterprise segment. Virtual reality training is one of the enterprise VR applications which solves the challenges the businesses are facing in providing training. Virtual reality provides safe, cost effective, engaging and efficient training platform for enterprise segment.


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AI-Enabled Robotic Automation for New Workforce Efficiencies

2Q 2018

Robotics are entering the workforce in new ways every day, as evidenced by enterprises like Amazon and Walmart. The interdependence of processes, people, and technologies will be key in determining best practices for new deployments.


New Go-to-Market Channel Emerges from HPE/ABB Partnership

4Q 2017

ABB and HPE recently announced an IIoT partnership to unite a primarily OT-first firm (ABB) and an IT-first firm (HPE) and will use this partnership to provide customized solutions at the edge (on premises) because most of their target customers currently have little interest in the public cloud. Both companies have a focus on computing at the edge. ABB brings its ABB Ability platform, automation technology, robotics, and other industrial equipment. HPE brings its Edgeline IoT systems and gateways, ProLiant servers, HPE OneView, and Express App Platform - Manufacturing.