Industry 4.0, also known as the fourth industrial revolution, refers to the era of connectivity between machines and humans. It refers specifically to automation and manufacturing and comprises IoT, cloud computing, machine learning and artificial intelligence, all of which help create real-time access to actionable data.
The only thing we know about the future is that it will be different and the best way to predict the future is to create it. But how? How do you keep up and keep relevant? We explore creating sustaining innovations to maintain a competitive advantage.
Consumer behaviour and expectations are ever-evolving, forcing not just banks, but the financial services industry, to redefine their priorities. Whilst the industry is well-known for being conservative when it comes to change and the implementation of new technologies, it’s time for the industry to increase their speed of innovation, focusing instead on out-of-the-box thinking, and disruptive technology in order to guarantee a near-flawless execution.
Thinking about technology in such a way that each advance builds upon the previous. Being aware of what has happened, is happening right now and what may happen in the future with technology is imperative for long term success. In this blog, we explore the concept of technology stacking and how it applies to business and general progress.
How exactly do you guarantee the success of your next digital project? The answer to this question is simpler than you might expect: you start with Discovery.
After working with Cool Milk as a trusted technology partner, we were thrilled when they asked up to join the judging panel of their Cool Initiatives EdTech competition.
Delivering sustainable competitive advantage has long been the cornerstone of business strategy. But, as the digital economy continues to develop, maintaining a leadership position in the marketplace, or even simply keeping up, can seem more difficult than ever. Add to this a myriad of technologies converging at an exponential rate, reshaping business models overnight and it can seem as if a sustained advantage is impossible to come by.
Comprised of large data sets analysed to reveal patterns and associations, big data enables organisations to make predictions and identify key trends. It seems like the perfect business tool, but is it really all it’s made out to be? Although many large corporations have opted to invest in big data, could it be that the real enabler for many businesses is actually more manageable small data?
It’s a common misconception that working across a number of industries can mean spreading yourself too thinly, but at Razor, we pride ourselves on not being sector specific, and choosing to work alongside businesses from a range of industries.