The advent of technological advancements in the power industry is fundamentally changing how we produce and consume electricity, improving grid management as well enabling the creation of new business models: Enel Green Power ('Enel') is at the forefront of this transition, and redefining what it means to be a utility company.
Leading mining companies like Rio Tinto are developing and deploying autonomous haulage technologies in-house and using big data to make smarter real-time decisions at the rock face. What are some of the opportunities and challenges presented by these advances?
Over 4 decades, Hatsun Agro, India’s largest private dairy, has succeeded by building an intricate supply chain to the highly scattered Indian market. But as milk prices continue to fall globally, and consumer becomes increasingly demanding, will it be enough?
Netflix has focused on digitization of their part of the digital supply chain but they need to expand into content creation and content consumption to capture more value as competitors enter the market.
Los Angeles becomes a leader in technological innovation and big data implementation to address continuing problems of traffic congestion, gang violence, and homelessness.
Today, EMRs generated from connected ultrasound machines can give instant visibility into customer demand for expert review and enable a physician in San Francisco to be sourced as-needed to review New York City patients.  In the age of a digitalized healthcare supply chain, Cardio Edge will need to be mindful that competitors can emerge more quickly due to the advent of electronic healthcare data and smart, connected products.
H&M, the second largest fast fashion retailer in the world is facing challenges as consumers expect fashion to be increasingly fast-paced, affordable and personalized. The emergence of new fast fashion retailers such as ASOS and Boohoo coupled with the constant threat from its main rival Inditex has made H&M’s dual supply chain approach increasingly obsolete. How should H&M re-position its supply chain to stay competitive in the era of digitization?
Digital players like biBerk are delivering commercial insurance coverage directly to small business owners online and threatening to turn the small commercial insurance industry on its head
American Eagle Outfitters (AEO) has soared above its competitors thanks to its digitized distribution network and optimization engine for order fulfillment. AEO has a bird’s-eye view on its inventory across distribution centers and retail stores and has translated efficiencies into convenience for customers.
Faced with increased price and regulatory pressures, the pharma industry is forced to look to other avenues for revenue growth, including digitilization of its historically unwieldy and heavily regulated supply chains. Is industry leader Pfizer doing enough in this pursuit?