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Smart Agriculture - imagine with orange. #ImagineWithOrange mène la réflexion sur la #smartagriculture : donnez vos idées !

Smart Agriculture - imagine with orange

Saveurs gourmandes Partagez vos idées pour l’agriculture! ! #ImagineWithOrange #ads Men's People Partagez vos idées digitales pour l’agriculture, gagnez un coaching #ImagineWithOrange #ads Nat'Critiques Partagez vos idées digitales pour l’agriculture, gagnez un coaching #ImagineWithOrange #ads Mamans mais pas que. Les 5 nouvelles orientations qui transforment le retail.

Les magasins et points de vente vivent une profonde transformation.

Les 5 nouvelles orientations qui transforment le retail

Pas seulement à cause des nouvelles façons de consommer, de l’intégration du digital. Mais aussi et surtout dans leur mission même. Sont-ils encore là pour vendre ? Doivent-ils apporter plus aux clients ? Sous quelles formes ? Feel like home Bienvenue chez The Russett. Même constat dans d’autres villes du monde. Que ce soit dans un point de vente indépendant ou au sein d’une grande chaîne, le magasin de demain se profile comme un deuxième chez soi, un univers polyvalent, familier, accueillant, chaleureux.

Good time Valoriser l’expérience immatérielle davantage que le produit. Ici boissons, jeux de société, livres et - évidemment - wifi sont à volonté. Ultra connexion Le lieu de vente n’est plus à envisager comme un espace géographique confiné. Post digital experience All in one. Kodak: les leçons d'une faillite. Tandis qu’Eastman Kodak s’est placée sous la protection du chapitre 11 de la loi américaine sur les faillites, Isoflux, l’entreprise de David A.

Kodak: les leçons d'une faillite

Glocker, est pour sa part en pleine expansion… grâce à une technologie qu’il a développée dans les laboratoires de recherche de Kodak. Il n’a rien volé, bien au contraire. Avant de fonder Isoflux avec la bénédiction de Kodak en 1993, David Glocker avait approché la direction de l’entreprise et lui avait suggéré de commercialiser le procédé de revêtement qu’il venait de développer. The digital city: challenges for the future. The digital city is in vogue and those local councils and other public bodies that have not launched projects aiming to support and encourage the more widespread use of information and communications technologies (ICTs) in their areas are few and far between.

These initiatives reflect the growing omnipresence of digital networks in the everyday life of city-dwellers, and the way in which this phenomenon has significantly modified access to the city’s services and resources. The Internet, smartphones and the various digital assistants and devices that most people now use have all become essential vectors of communication and socialisation today – and are likely to be even more so tomorrow. It cannot be denied that ICTs and digital networks are becoming more and more “embedded” in our lifestyles and are now also a key component of the way in which environmental and urban infrastructures operate.

Chez L’Oréal, les patrons de filiales partent en stage dans le numérique. 5 Ways Advanced Analytics Are Changing Real Estate. Real estate has traditionally been a game won or lost based on old-fashioned networking and shoe-leather style hard work — deeply dependent on timing, detecting trends and more than a little bit of luck.

5 Ways Advanced Analytics Are Changing Real Estate

It may not be that way for much longer, however. Big data is changing the way real-estate professionals, buyers, sellers — and even banks — think about transactions involving property. On one hand, companies promoting services that plug consumers into big data real estate info are heralding a future of better education and insight. Accor’s Digital Strategy – The Unanswered Questions. An interview with Vivek Badrinath, Deputy Chief Executive Officer in charge of marketing, digital solutions, distribution, and information systems By Peter O’Connor, Academic Director at ESSEC Business School On 30th October 2014 global hotel operator Accor held its first digital day, launching its ambitious digital transformation project "Leading Digital Hospitality" and highlighting the importance of digital for the hotel company of tomorrow.

Accor’s Digital Strategy – The Unanswered Questions

This ambitious plan focuses on reinventing both the customer experience and hotel operations through digital technology, with the company committing €225 million to eight clearly defined projects over a five year period. With the hype now cooling, and implementation of the plan well underway, Hotel Yearbook took the opportunity to quiz Badrinath, the plan's main architect, on many of the questions on everyone's lips. The plan stresses "reinventing the customer experience through digital technology". Why now? What will be the quick wins? How big data and analytics are making retailers more customer-centric. For ages retailers across the globe have been focused on their customer base, aiming to satisfy them with their products and services.

How big data and analytics are making retailers more customer-centric

Why, then, is there suddenly so much buzz around customer centricity? What has changed? Customer-centricity in action.