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Using Machine Learning To Find Employees Who Can Scale With Your Business
"Betting on solid data and personalization at scale, on the other hand, delivers real results. Real data slices through the probabilities and is the best equalizer there is at eradicating conscious and unconscious biases from hiring decisions."
business  featured  posts  technology  software  trends  &  concepts  ai  applicant  tracking  systems  artificial  intelligence  ats  eightfold  hr  machine  learning  human  resource  management 
december 2018 by jonerp
Five Reasons Why Machine Learning Needs To Make Resumes Obsolete
"The comparative analysis of high achievers’ characteristics with applicants takes seconds to complete, providing a list of prospects complete with profiles. Machine learning-derived profiles of potential hires meeting the high performers’ characteristics provided greater contextual intelligence than any resume ever could."
business  featured  posts  technology  software  applicant  tracking  systems  artificial  intelligence  byline=louis  columbus  louis  columbus'  blog  machine  learning  recruitment  résumé 
may 2018 by jonerp
Beyond Bitcoin: Oracle, IBM Prepare Blockchains for Industrial Use
"For OpenWorld, Oracle launched a Blockchain-as-a-Service, to be released in early 2018. The service will bundle the technology, make the system private, and guarantee compliance with all regulations, all of which have issues with getting enterprise companies on board, according to Frank Xiong, Oracle vice president of blockchain product development."
events  technology  top  stories  bitcoin  black  book  research  blockchains  data  distributed  databases  systems  ibm  openworld  2017  oracle 
october 2017 by jonerp
Will IBM reinvent software licensing with containers?
"When considering microservices and processes running in a container, it is hard to see how companies will justify asking customers to pay a per month figure. Charging only when the container is live will appeal to many customers. They will be much more relaxed about taking on new microservices and this, in turn, has the ability to fuel a new era of software development. Developers able to see an immediate return on their development are more likely to build more microservices."
blog  homepage  slider  technology  containers  docker  enterprise  edition  ibm  licensing  mainframe  z  systems 
july 2017 by jonerp
The Ever-Changing Roles of the Developer: How to Adapt and Thrive
"Just as the developer’s role is changing, so too have our ways of measuring not only our progress but also the effectiveness and performance of our code, tools and processes. This increased visibility is a good thing, overall. When it comes to measurement, there is a whole bunch of wrong ways to do it, among them measuring lines of code or the number of deploys. In fact, this very visibility, inherent to all of the data we now constantly measure, has been a great boon to DevOps."
contributed  op-ed  top  stories  application  performance  management  development  devops  distributed  systems  operations  pagerduty  api  sponsored 
june 2017 by jonerp
Swarms of ‘Robotic Plankton’ Help Scientists Track Marine Wildlife, Oil Spills
"Despite their tiny size, plankton are a major food source for larger aquatic animals like whales and fish. Astonishingly, plankton also produce half of the planet’s oxygen. Despite their ecological importance, it’s not totally clear how these critters congregate and are pushed around by ocean currents, and how that affects their feeding and mating behaviors.

But that uncertainty is lifting, thanks to a swarm of underwater robots programmed to imitate the movements of plankton."
science  top  stories  aquatic  systems  environment  marine  biology  oceans  robotics  robots  scripps  institution  of  oceanography  sustainability  university  california  san  diego 
february 2017 by jonerp
Household Products Industry Stuck in Neutral and Going Backwards - by @lcecere
"Steve’s response was fascinating and enlightening. He said, “Ariba was in trouble. The market shift was dramatic, and if we had made a series of small cuts in staff or direction, we would have had the same fate as i2 Technologies or Manugistics. We could not afford death by a thousand cuts. Instead, we needed quick and deliberate action. Your note forced our management team to act.”
metrics  that  matter  supply  chain  excellence  performance  index  cisco  systems  consumer  products  high-tech  household  kimberly-clark  p&g  chains  to  admire  unilever 
july 2016 by jonerp
Data Integration - by @mfauscsette
""In a recent G2 Crowd survey (May 2016, N = 347), 62.2% of the respondents reported that integrating data across multiple platforms was having an impact / high impact on their current business strategy. That answer was a tie for 2nd in the overall survey for impact on strategy, with only improving customer experience scoring higher."
acquisition  business  modernization  data  decision  systems  employee  experience  networks  software  technology  big  cloud  integration  silos 
july 2016 by jonerp
Women in Manufacturing & Technology At PowerPlex 2016 - @erp_cindyjutras
"On the people side, amidst an overall skills shortage in manufacturing, women have so much to offer. Yet while our ranks are growing slowly, we remain a small minority. It is very challenging for a woman to get ahead and make it to the top and we need to support each other along the way. The best way to accelerate gender diversity in the worlds of manufacturing and technology is to create a supportive environment and highlight success."
uncategorized  diversity  gender  equality  manufacturing  mint  jutras  plex  systems  powerplex  technology  women 
may 2016 by jonerp
Spotting Fake Online Reviews - by @mfauscette
" If a review is completely or mostly lacking in specific details about the product, the user experience and the reasons for a good or bad review rating, there may be something wrong. In the course of using a product, and then relating your experience it is natural to share specific details, something about the process of using the product, the way the experience makes you feel, or what happened when it was used. Vague reviews are of little value in general, and could signal that a person really doesn’t have personal knowledge of the product."
business  models  networks  community  decision  systems  peer  reviews  software  technology  b2b  b2c  catfishing 
april 2016 by jonerp
Securing the Internet of Vulnerable Things
"Unsecured devices are essentially a nightmare waiting to unfold. Different countries have different laws and regulations that attempt to make sure someone can be held accountable in case of a serious security breach."
analysis  top  stories  embedded  systems  industrial  control  internet  of  things  microcontrollers  scada  security  shodan 
april 2016 by jonerp
Brooklyn Microgrid: A Blockchain-based Platform for Locally Traded Electricity - by @kimberlymok
"Now, a New York-based startup is proposing an alternative: a small-scale, community microgrid that will allow local residents to buy and sell the energy they produce from rooftop solar power installations, using the existing energy infrastructure and the blockchain, the same technology that underpins open source, peer-to-peer cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. Best of all, you don’t even need to have solar panels installed in order to participate."
culture  news  top  stories  blockchain  brooklyn  distributed  systems  ethereum  microgrids  renewable  energy  sustainability 
april 2016 by jonerp
Comparing Software using Peer Reviews - by @mfauscette
"The software buying decision making process can be complex and varies by company. Just by the nature of the process it’s necessary to build a list of potential solutions and then to compare them in some way to a list of business and technical requirements and to each other. Everyone has their own mental model on what a comparison should include but there are ways to facilitate the analysis of the information by presenting it in ways that can be easily consumed."
business  modernization  networks  collaboration  community  cx  decision  systems  google  networked  software  channels  technology  acquisition 
march 2016 by jonerp
Warning Signs of ERP Consulting Fraud - by @erickimberling
"Consultants are a lot less likely to go rogue when they have very clearly defined consulting processes, methodologies and standards in place. This goes beyond the typical ERP consultant’s PowerPoint deck outlining a fancy methodology acronym, but it includes clearly defined steps in the process that have ultimately been fine-tuned over years of experience in the ERP systems space."
erp  implementation  consulting  expert  witness  fraud  services  systems 
february 2016 by jonerp
Five Common (and Inaccurate) Myths of ERP Systems - by @erickimberling
"Be leery of terms like “implementation accelerators,” “out of the box functionality,” and “pre-configured solutions.” Things like these may have slight benefits, but they are typically not material enough to make a significant difference. The business transformation portion of your implementation will always be the most difficult aspect of your project, and no implementation tool can automate those activities."
erp  implementation  business  process  reengineering  implementations  systems  organizational  change  management 
february 2016 by jonerp
Buying Business Software - by @mfauscette
"Peer networks are a newer type of influencer resource and are gaining popularity. These fall into several types ranging from public social networks like LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook; to community based peer review platform sites like my current employer, G2 Crowd (and in fairness several others that vary somewhat in approach but include TrustRadius, Software Advice, GetApp and Capterra)"
business  models  modernization  networks  collaboration  community  cx  decision  systems  networked  saas  social  web  software 
february 2016 by jonerp
Top 10 Predictions for the ERP Industry in 2016 - by @erickimberling
"The buzz behind cloud ERP systems is finally starting to die down – largely because most ERP vendors and third-party hosting providers have provided plenty of affordable options for companies wanting to migrate to the cloud. Research and data outlined in our 2015 ERP Report suggests that this trend will continue for the foreseeable future, but the big difference is that it will become a normal and accepted part of most ERP systems rather than a trendy buzzword hyped by industry analysts."
erp  implementation  failure  industry  predictions  systems 
january 2016 by jonerp
Hewlett Packard Reboots With Enterprise Focus
"HP Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) debuts today (Nov. 2) with a little north of $50 billion in annual revenue and what CEO Meg Whitman hopes is a strategy to compete in an increasingly cutthroat enterprise technology market. Whitman’s plan entails competing head-to-head on cloud and datacenter infrastructure while growing its IT security and big data units that are gradually being folded into a range of enterprise offerings."
editor's  pick:  front  page  picks:  systems  slider:  cloud  management  hp  enterprise  helion  it  infrastructure  meg  whitman  openstack 
november 2015 by jonerp
Catalina Sea Ranch Dives Into Aquaculture – and IoT
nifty use case.... "The offshore shellfish ranch, the first to get federal authority to operate in United States’ waters, intends to increase commercial shellfish aquaculture, while simultaneously increasing the health of the ecosystem. To accomplish – and prove – this, the ranch uses a growing number of off-the-shelf and custom Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, CEO Phil Cruver told EnterpriseTech. The underwater ranch is fast becoming both an experiment in cultivating shellfish and IoT, as Sea Ranch invites in more partners from across the technology spectrum."
editor's  pick:  front  page  picks:  systems  slider:  aquaculture  catalina  sea  ranch  cloud  drones  freescale  semiconductor  ibm  internet  of  things 
august 2015 by jonerp
14 Big Opportunities In Enterprise Markets You Should Be Seizing
Decent list....."The last few years have brought a new wave of innovation to enterprise software. From companies like Workday and Zendesk redefining traditional business processes to Slack and Box opening new areas of innovation, the enterprise software space have seen companies rise up to bring innovation to a space that didn’t see a lot of creativity in the previous 30 years."
code  internet  of  things  3d  printing  enterprise  software  cybersecurity  augmented  reality  business  applications  industrial  control  systems  guest  posts  ar 
august 2015 by jonerp
Seven Misconceptions on Managing Inventory in a Market-Driven World - by @lcecere
"I have been studying the evolution of inventory technologies as an industry analyst since 2002. This week, I published an in-depth analysis on the topic. In this post, I share my reflections along with seven misconceptions."
uncategorized  carlsberg  cisco  systems  form  and  function  of  inventory  intel  management  optimization  market-driven  value  networks  multi-tier  oracle  sap  seven  misconceptions 
may 2015 by jonerp
Plex Systems Takes a Page From Manufacturer’s Play Book - by @erp_cindyjutras
"Continuous improvement has long been the mantra for many manufacturers. Kaizen and other formal programs like Lean, Six Sigma, and Total Quality Management (TQM) have dominated the manufacturing scene for years. But what about the world of enterprise software for manufacturing? Not so much."
erp  cindy  jutras  cloud  continuous  improvement  enterprise  applications  innovation  manufacturing  mint  plex  systems  saas 
march 2015 by jonerp
The Silver Lining for CIOs in HR’s Cloud Challenges - by @cbcurran
"CIOs have been cut out of the cloud equation, but it’s not too late for them to get back into the game and help HR executives shape their cloud strategies, determine how it integrates with the rest of the IT portfolio and make sure efforts are effectively resourced and scoped."
cloud  computing  cio  cios  migration  software  human  resources  systems  saas 
february 2015 by jonerp

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