As Facebook has improved their news content supply chain via sophisticated machine learning recommendation algorithms, they have enabled an internet where we are rarely subjected to contradictory viewpoints.
Can companies like Opendoor effectively disrupt the real estate broker ecosystem and home-sale supply chain through big data and machine learning?
Singapore has the second largest container terminal and had maintained a competitive edge so far compared to regional peers. Can it continue compete effectively as the industry is disrupted by digitization?
How can Maersk, the world's largest shipping company, embrace IoT, blockchain, and autonomous technology, to remain competitive in the digital world?
Ralph Lauren takes steps to stay relevant in the digital era by enhancing its supply chain efficiency.
How does Chinese biggest B2C E-commerce company realize same-day delivery for 85% of all products in a country with vast territory, millions of product orders per day and serious traffic jam?
&quot;We will lift the restrictions on American energy, and allow this wealth to pour into our communities. It’s all upside: more jobs, more revenues, more wealth, higher wages, and lower energy prices.&quot; – President Trump
Lazada used to be the “Amazon of Southeast Asia”, but as of summer 2017, has to compete directly with Amazon as they enter the Southeast Asian market. Can Lazada embrace digitalization to compete with Amazon’s “anticipatory shipping” model and two-hour Prime Now delivery service?
Battle of Titans Every competitive edge matters in the battle over the hearts and wallets of Chinese online consumers in the world’s largest e-commerce market, totaling $750 billion of sales in 2016.[i] JD.com, China’s second largest e-commerce company, is betting […]
Disney is both profiting from the digital revolution and being disrupted. Will the company be able to continue to capitalize on data and combat the challenges it poses?